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Publication Date: July 12, 2008
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Meth lab found in Milton


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazefftte.com

Late Tuesday evening a
possible meth lab was dis-
covered on Blackgate Road
in Milton, which led to the
arrest of two Milton resi-
dents.
Arrested in connection
with this lab were 28-year-
old Daniel Ashley Danks
and 28-year-old Richard
Dickson who were both
charged with possession of
drugs and possession of nar-


cotic equipment.
Both Danks and Dickson
were lodged in the Santa
Rosa County Jail and their
bond was set at $15,000
each.
According to the report
supplied to the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette, Deputy Todd
Reaves made contact with a
sergeant with the Santa Rosa
County Narcotics unit by
phone regarding a possible
meth lab.
Dep. Veysey, Oakes, and
Reaves went to the location


While talking with the
subjects officers could smell
SDsomething burning and no-
ticed some smoke coming
from the back yard.
When asked what was
burning in the backyard,
lo llDanks reportedly com-
Richard Daniel mented "there shouldn't be
Dickson Danks anything burning and no one
should be here."
late Tuesday to investigate. A Reaves entered the back-
grey Dodge truck pulled into yard and noticed a small fire
the driveway. Three subjects pit still burning and smok-
were in the truck including ing. The officer also noted
Danks. a bottle of crystal Draino


along with a half burnt box
of Sudafed and some lithium
batteries in the fire pit. These
items are precursors to meth-
amphetamine and were in
plain view.
Following a phone call to a
supervisor, Reaves noticed a
2-liter bottle with a tube com-
ing from inside the bottle and
it also contained some white
powdered substance in the
bottom of the bottle. Accord-
ing to Reaves this was inside
a shed that was in plain view
from where he was standing


near the fire pit.
Reaves was asked to wait
with Danks until other offi-
cers with the narcotics unit
arrived. While waiting for
narcotics officers a vehicle
driven by Dickson arrived.
While talking to Dickson,
Reaves noticed several bot-
tles of crystal Draino out in
plain view, lying in the front
passenger floorboard. Dick-
son was also detained until
the arrival of narcotics offi-
cers, when both were taken
into custody.


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Gas is 'hot' commodity in hard times


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

I increasing gas costs are result-
ing in bigger losses for local
businesses due to theft.
The Milton Police Depart-
ment only responds to complaints
of gas theft within the city limits.
Sgt. Spears, who works for the
MPD, says the County Sheriffs
Department responds to any re-
ported gas theft occurring outside
the city limits.
Spears says none of the officers
with the city "have noticed any in-
crease in the number of drive-offs."
Santa Rosa County Sheriffs
Department spokesmen Marc Ward
says he hasn't really noticed an
increase in the number of gas drive-
offs, either.
However, according to local
store managers. gas dmne-offs are
costing the businesses more be-
cause of the o eralI increase in the
pnce of fillmg up the tank
"If you have the same amount
of dne-offs. but the gas costs
rt ice as much. the loss is go-
Smg to be greater. that's Just
common kno%% ledge:'
;aN the manager of
the Tom Thumb on
A% alon Boule-
%ard in Nlilton.


Dave Daigle is the Vice Presi-
dent of Operations for Tom Thumb
Food Stores, Inc. He says the com-
pany has decreased loss due to gas
theft by implementing preventative
measures such as using cameras
and requiring customers to pre-pay
for fuel.
John Glenn, the General Man-
ager for McKenzie Motors in Mil-
ton, says his dealership has been
fortunate to have not experienced
gas theft. "Maybe we have been
lucky, but we don't keep any gas on
the lot except for what is in the ve-
hicles. We don't have any contain-
ers of fuel on the property. Because
our lot is well-lit and heavy in traf-
fic, I think that makes a difference,"
says Glenn.
The General Manager of Milton
Dodge, Mike Palmer, says he has
heard of theft from car lots. but it
is mostly happening in laiger cities
up North. "I got a bulletin about
ho% ihiexes are drilling holes in
gas lanks. mostly in SLIVs, and
using a rube to dra\\ out the gas.
\We haven't had a problem here
locjall. 1 guess the biggest
thing \%e do is to keep a
mnninial amount of gas in
the vehicles % uhle the',' are


says Palmer.
Captain Tony Tindell of the
Milton Police Department says
there are steps the public can take
to prevent gas theft from vehicles.
"The number one thing is locking
gas caps. If you buy a locking gas
cap, it is the best way to prevent
someone from stealing your gas.
The other thing is to park your ve--
hicle in a well-lighted area or inside
a garage," says Tindell. He says he
talked to a couple that traveled to
Pensacola on the Fourth
of July "They went out
on a boat and when they
got back to the marina,
someone had siphoned
about $80 worth of gas.
from their car. So it
does h.ippeu. you just
have to be smart and
protect your property."
l sais Tindell


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette


Colt visits Milton
Brannon Condren, a safety for the Indianapolis
Colts, signs some autographs Tuesday at Eagle
Tire on Highway 90. Condren was joined by New
York Giants kick Lawerence Tynes later Monday
night during a 'Customer Appreciation Day' held at
the Milton business owned and operated by Con-
dren's father Jimmy. Condren, Tynes, and Cortland
Finnegan all helped out this week at the Milton
All-Star Football Camp. Photos from the camp can
be seen on Page Bl as well as on-line at
www.srpressgazette.com


SMan arrested for


molesting child


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

A 67-year old Milton man
was arrested on Thursday
for lewd and lascivious mo-
lestation of a child under 12
years of age.
Jack Maynard, who lives
in the 8000 block of Delta
Drive in Milton, is cur-
rently lodged in the Santa
Rosa County Jail without
bond after the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office in-
vestigated allegations that


Maynard had molested a
five year old child.
Investigators with the
SRCSO received a report
this past weekend that May-
na.rd had molested a friend's
child earlier this month.
Maynard was located
and interviewed where he
reportedly made statements
to investigators admitting
his inappropriate behavior
and confirmed that the al-
legations made by the five
year old victim were fac-
tual.


Re-biding gives


area high hopes


By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com

Santa Rosa County con-
tinues to perform at a level
of excellence on the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT). The grades are
in and every school in the
county is passing; in fact,
only six schools in the district
scored less than an "A" on the
FCAT.
The FCAT school scores


are based on student achieve-
ment in the FCAT test and
calculated using the annual
gains in learning each student
makes in achieving the Florida
Sunshine State Standards, the
progress of the lowest quartile
of students, and the meeting
of proficiency standards.
Santa Rosa County Su-
perintendent of Schools John
Rogers says he is proud of the
entire district's performance
on FCAT. "The scores reflect


the hard work of teachers,
staff, students, and parents.
We have success because we
are all working together in
the best interest of the stu-
dents," says Rogers. "One of
the most important factors in
the district is the parental in-
volvement. We have 26,000
students and 10,000 volun-
teers. That says a lot about the
involvement of parents in our
district."
Last year, Central High


School scored a "C"; this
year, they reaped the benefits
of great teaching and brought
their score up to a "B".
Area schools have shown
their excellence by maintain-
ing high academic perfor-
mance over the past several
years, even though Santa Rosa
County District Schools have
been burdened with financial
woes.

See FCAT A3


By JENI SENTER
isenter@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County still
has a chance to secure new
industries resulting from a
Mobile tanker project.
On Wednesday, the Air
Force agreed to re-open bids
on the $40 billion contract
to provide needed refueling
tankers for the Air Force.
Secretary of Defense
Robert Gates made the an-
nouncement. "I have con-
cluded the contract cannot be
awarded at present because
of significant issues pointed
out by the Government Ac-
countability Office."


Randy Belote, Vice Presi-
dent of Corporate and Inter-
national Communications
for Northrop Grumman,
says the company "applauds
Defense Secretary Gates and
,Under Secretary Young for
recognizing that the acqui-
sition of replacement refuel-
ing tankers for the Air Force
should be put on a path to-
ward quick closure. We are
reviewing the decision to
ensure the re-competition
will provide both companies
a fair opportunity to present
the strengths of their propos-
als." He continues by saying

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Local


Via E-mail on Operation
'No Limit"
Monday, 10:31 a.m.
Stop looking for excuses
and look for a solution. You
make choices
and you have
to live with
the outcome. S p e
Stop thinking P
every time a 0 1
black is ar-
rested it is
a race prob-
lem. I too am
black and raising two law-
abiding children and if they
make a choice to break the
law then they too will do the
time. Stop the foolishness
and make the change.

Via E-mail on Operation
'No Limit'
Monday, 8:26 a.m.
I think it is really unfor-
tunate. Maybe if Milton had
more affordable after school
activities and more jobs
available then people would
not have to resort to illegal
activity. This in addition to
the constant police harass-
ment makes it impossible for


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I


young black people to suc-
ceed in this town. I am very
happy that I made it out alive
and wish more of my class-
mates had done the same.
I am from
Milton. MHS
k Class of2002.
adK It is really de-
U pressing that
J 1 Ievery time I
turn around
one of my
friends is go-
ing to prison
for trying to survive. You
say 45 people were arrested
for selling drugs. When you
show me 45 businesses hir-
ing then I will say that the
drug dealers were wrong.
They have a family to feed
and there is not enough em-
ployment available.

Wednesday 10:45 a.m.
Yes, this is Linda. I would
like to call and complement
the Milton Cemetery on how
nice and clean it looks. I hear
Bill Bledsoe and team are in
charge and it really does look
very nice and very clean.
Thank you.


OWC is now Northwest

Florida State College


In a move that solidifies
Okaloosa-Walton College's
new role as one of Flor-
ida's first state colleges,
the OWC District Board
of Trustees voted Tuesday,
July 8, to officially rename
the 44-year-old institution
as Northwest Florida State
College.
"This is truly a monu-
mental moment in our
college's history," noted
trustee chairman Wesley
Wilkerson who said the
new name best reflects the
college's expanded mission
to offer more baccalaureate
programs that meet region-
al and statewide employ-
ment needs.
Trustees initially con-
sidered a slate of more than
40 different names includ-
ing retaining the O-W name
and simply becoming Oka-
loosa-Walton State Col-
lege. "While there was dis-
cussion about keeping the
current name, the trustees
determined that Northwest
Florida State College most
accurately represents our
new mission and expand-
ed service district," noted
Dr. Bob Richburg, college
S president. "By maintaining
the college's scarlet and
silver colors and the Raid-
ers name for our sports
programs we think we've
got a good balance between
O-W tradition and our new
state college role."
A new state law, signed
by Governor Crist in mid
June at a ceremony held at
the college's Mattie Kelly
Art Center, named OWC
as one of nine colleges in-
cluded in the State College
Pilot Project with the goal
of expanding access to
higher education through-
out the state.
"Under the law our mis-
sion is expanded, but we
will also keep doing all the
things we do best as a com-
munity college," explained
Richburg. "The college
will maintain our commit-
ment to open-door access,
associate degree programs,
adult education, short-term
career training programs
and low tuition," said Rich-
burg, "Our trustees remain
committed to keeping the
college affordable. Our
bachelor's degree tuition
is about 80 percent of the
fees in the state university
system."
Richburg said the col-
lege will phase in the new
name and use up current
items such as catalogs and
other materials printed
with the OWC name until
they have to be re-ordered
in a normal cycle. "Other
items such as our diplomas
and official seal will have
to change more quickly,"
he said noting that De-
cember grads could count
on the new name being on
their diplomas.
OWC & was accredited


Trustees initially considered a
slate of more than 40 differ-
ent names including retaining
the 0-W name and simply
becoming Okaloosa-Walton
State College.


to award bachelor's de-
grees in 2004 and already
has two successful bach-
elor's degree programs in
place with more than 600
students admitted in the
Project Management and
Nursing 4-year-degrees.
Two new baccalaureate de-
gree programs, in Elemen-
tary Education and Middle
Grades Math/Science Edu-
cation, begin at the college
in August.
"We're looking at ex-
pansion in our Business,
Interdisciplinary Sciences
and other areas for future
Bachelor's degree pro-
grams," said Richburg,
who noted that additional
Bachelor's programs will
likely be phased in over
the coming years based on
regional needs and feasi-
bility. The new name and
state college status will not
affect OWC's accredita-
tion. The college received
level two Baccalaureate
accreditation in 2004 from
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
(SACS).
The Florida Col-
lege System legislation
(SB1716) signed into law
by Governor Crist also
creates a Florida College
System Task Force to be
composed of community
college presidents and oth-
er higher education lead-
ers from a cross-section of
the state. The nine colleges
in the State College Pilot
Project, including OWC
will collaborate with the
Task Force to recommend a
Baccalaureate program ap-
proval process and a fund-
ing model for the Florida
College System. The Task
Force will also help to
identify geographic and
academic needs for future
Baccalaureate programs.
The legislation also states
that the new state colleges
will not offer graduate de-
grees or participate in four-
year athletic programs.
"The state college sys-
tem means more students
in Florida will be able to
access higher education
degrees, especially in aca-
demic areas where the de-
mand for educated workers
is exceeding the supply,"
noted state Rep. Ray San-
som at the signing of the
state college bill. "We ex-
pect these programs to be
more affordable and cost-
effective than those at the
state university level-and
that's another benefit to
both the taxpayers and the
students."


County Government
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Tom Stewart, Pace, FL
32571; Phone: 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
stewart@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 River-
stone Rd., Milton 32583; phone 983-1877.
E-mail is comm-cole@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chu-
muckla Hwy., Pace, FL. 32571; phone
994-6426. E-mail is comm-salter@san-
tarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467
Avenida De Galves, Navarre, 32566;
phone 939-4949. E-mail is comm-good-
in@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: John Broxson, 6495 Car-
oline St. Suite M, Milton 32570, phone
932-1340. E-mail is comm-broxson@
santarosa.fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County Commission
meets at 9:00 a.m. on both the second
and fourth Thursday of each month. The
leaders ineet in committee at 9:00 a.m.
on Monday's proceeding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in com-
mission chambers of the Administrative
Complex on Highway 90. Phone 983-
1877 for information or to reach their
offices.


St G
et ove nment


Representative Greg Evers: 5224
Willing St., Milton 32570 983-5550
Email evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us
Senator Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N.
FerdonBlvd, Suite 100, Crestview, 32536,
850-689-0556 sun com-675-7930 -


Ruth M. Stupka
1925-2008
Ruth M. Stupka, age 82,
passed away Monday, July 7,
2008.
Ruth was born December
14, 1925 to the late Will and
Lena Moore. She married
Lewis "Stu" Stupka of Garner,
Iowa on August 2, 1944. Ruth
and Stu spent 20 years in the
Navy and retired in Milton,
November 1, 1957. Together
they ran the Midway Bar, and
Stu's Saw Shop. Both Ruth
and Stu were very active in
the VFW and Fleet Reserve.
Ruth was a charter member
of the VFW Post 4833 Ladies
Auxiliary, a charter member
of The Fleet Reserve Branch
210 Ladies Auxiliary, A charter
member of the local AARP,
and numerous other organiza-
tions. She is preceded in death
by her husband, Lewis 'Stu'
Stupka; sister Ruby Wrigh-
ton; brother Henry Moore;
and son Robert Stupka.
Mrs. Stupka is survived by
her son Don (Donna) Stup-
ka, of Hitchcock, TX; daugh-
ter Carole (Bob) Bigner,
of Denham Springs, LA; four
great-grandchildren Susan
Bigner, Mike (Dani) Bigner,
Shea Aswell, and Alyssa Stup-
ka; five great-grandchildren -
Adam Delaney, Katie Bigner,
Eli Bigner, Noah Bigner, and
Kaitlin Hunt; niece Alyce
(Jim) Barberi, of Pensacola,
FL; nephew, Andy (Marjorie)
Wrighton, of Pensacola, FL;
and numerous other family
members and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Stupka were 12:00 noon,
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at


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FL 32399 (850) 488-4441. Email: flgov-
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School Government
SCHOOL BOARD
District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Mun-
son Highway, Milton 32570, 983-0413.
E-mail is scottdl@mail.santarosa.kl2.
fl.us.

OBITUARIES


Lewis Funeral Home, Milton
Chapel, with Father Bernard
Jakubco officiating, and with
services by The VFW Ladies
Auxiliary and Fleet Reserve
Ladies Auxiliary. Burial fol-
lowed in Barrancas National
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation
began at 11:00 a.m. prior to
the service.
In lieu of flowers, the fami-
ly requests donations be made
to St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church, 6457 Park Avenue,
Milton, FL 32570.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond memo-
ries with the family at www.
lewisfunerathomes.net.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book un-
der news/obituaries at www.
srpressgazette.com

Robert Foster Lewis
1927-2008
Robert Foster Lewis, age
80, passed away Monday,
July 7,2008.
Mr. Lewis had lived in
Santa Rosa County for the
past 45 years, moving here
.from Colonial Heights, VA.
He held memberships with
the Masons, Yorkrite, Ama-
ranth, Eastern Star and was
a Deacon and member of the
Avalon Baptist Church.
Robert is preceded in death
by his parents Norman
Earl and Mary Foster Lewis;
his first wife of 49 years -
Jean Lewis; his two brothers
Charlie and Hyram Lewis;
and sister Francis Ward.
Mr. Lewis is survived by
his wife 'Martha Lewis;
daughters Carolyn (Larry)


Weldon, Diann (Kirk) War-
ner, Patsy (Joe) Turley, Robin
(Mike) Riebold, Carrie (Steve)
Garcia, and Tina (Paul) John-
son; his sister-Nancy Grant;
twenty grandchildren; 32
great-grandchildren; and nu-
merous friends.
Funeral services for Mr.
Lewis were 11:00 a.m.,
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at
Avalon Baptist Church with
Dr. Gary Laird and Rev. Don-
ald Leavins officiating.
Burial followed in Barran-
cas National Cemetery with
Military Honors, followed by
Masonic Services.
Friends may send condo-
lences and share fond memo-
ries with the family at www.
lew www.lewisfuneralhomes.
net.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book un-
der news/obituaries at www.
srpressgazette.com.

Carrie Belle Grice
1907-2008
Mrs. Carrie Belle Grice,
100, went home to be with
her Lord, early Wednesday
morning, July 9, 2008 at the
home of her sister. Aunt Car-
rie Belle as she was known
by her many nieces, nephews
and others was a lifelong resi-
dent of Santa Rosa Co., born
to Arthur Samuel and Sarah
Elizabeth Adams Hoodless
on December 19, 1907. Carrie
Belle's grandparents had emi-
grated from England before
the Civil War and established
the Hoodless Shipyard on
the banks of the Blackwater
River in Milton. Her long life
spanned the age of the wood-


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District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684
Nicklaus Lane, Milton 32570, 623-
6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.santa-
rosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400
Octavia Lane, Navarre 32566, 939-
2661. E-mail is colemanmd@mail.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059
Faircloth Street, Pace 32571, 994-5446.
E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.santarosa.
kl2.fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray III- 1 Gray
Oaks Lane Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School
Board meets at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd and
4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St., Milton.
Phone: 983-5000.

City Government
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy
Thompson, 6738 Dixon Street, Mil-
ton, FL 32570. (850) 983-5400. City
Manager, Donna Adams.
Gulf Breeze City Hall,
Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070 Shore-
line Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561.
(850) 934-5100. City Manager,
"Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls,
3822 Hwy. 4, Jay, FL 32565: (850) 675-
2719.
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in touch.


en sailing ships till today's
modern conveniences.
She married Claude M.
Grice who preceded her in
death in 1963.
She was also preceded in
death by her brothers John
Samuel, William Jefferson,
Charles Arthur and Ralph
McKinley Hoodless. Her
sister Cassius Elizabeth
Wolfe also preceded her in
death.
Carrie Belle was a loving
and giving person always
concerned about the welfare
of others. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church of
Milton.
She is survived by her sis-
ter Maggie Nelson (Don)
Larsen of Navarre, FL, many
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Car-
rie Belle will be 1:00 p.m.,
Saturday, July 12, 2008 at
the Lewis Funeral Home, Na-
varre Chapel.
Rev. Doug Gilmore and
Rev. John Stacey will be of-
ficiating. Burial will follow in
Serenity Gardens. Visitation
will be from 12:00-1:00 p.m.,
Saturday at the funeral home.
Active and honorary pall-
bearers will be Carrie Belle's
nephews.
Contributions may be
made in Carrie Belle's mem-
ory to First Baptist of Milton,
6797 Caroline Street, Milton,
FL 32570.
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Saturday, July 12, 2008


Local


The Zoo asks for county money


By DUSTY RICKETS
Florida Freedom Newspapers

GULF BREEZE Fund-
raisers alone will not be able
to keep The Zoo Northwest
Florida in business.
The financially strapped
zoo has struggled for years,
but low attendance this year
has made just paying em-
ployees and food venders for
the animals difficult.
Representatives from
the nonprofit zoo attended
Thursday's Santa Rosa


County Commission meet-
ing to ask for county support
to keep The Zoo open.
"We have to have a com-
mitted long-term solution.
We can't fund-raise our
way out of this problem,"
Danyelle Lantz, The Zoo's
executive director, said in an
interview before the meet-
ing.
"If we don't have gov-
ernmental support, I think
we're just continuing to pro-
long this issue without com-
ing to a real solution," Lantz


added. "And I don't want to
ask the community to con-
tinue to give so generously if
we can't ensure The Zoo is a
zoo we can be proud of and it
can be here in perpetuity."
Lantz asked commission-
ers to consider adopting an
interlocal governing author-
ity. that would include the
county, the cities of Gulf
Breeze and Milton, the Tour-
ist Development Council
and possibly Okalobsa and
Escambia counties. The gov-
ernment agencies on board


would agree to subsidize The
Zoo by a total of $250,000 a
year.
Thursday's discussion
was only for the commis-
sioners to receive some in-
formation. They will vote on
creating an interlocal agree-
minent at a future meeting.
"We do need The Zoo.
There's no doubt The Zoo is
an important part of Santa
Rosa County," said Com-
missioner John Broxson.
"The challenge we have, as
everyone knows, is money.


We have a money problem."
After looking at some of
The Zoo's financial figures,
Commissioner Gordon Goo-
din questioned whether even
a $250,000 annual subsidy
would be enough to keep it
going. He noted The Zoo is
$200,000 in arrears with its
bills.
"This is a grim, grim,
grim picture," Goodin said.
"When you say you waited
until the 12th hour (to get
help from local government),
that's an understatement. I


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By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com

West Florida Baptist
Academy will be having
orientation for grades one
through twelve on Tuesday,
August 19, 2008 at 7 p.m. at
the campus located at 5621
Hwy 90, Milton, Florida.
The first day of school for
grades one through twelve
is Wednesday, August 20,
2008.
West Florida Baptist
Academy will have its Kin-
dergarten (K-3 thru K-5)
orientation on Thursday,
August 28, 2008 and the
first day of school for Kin-
dergarten will be Tuesday,
September 2, 2008.
All parents and students
are requested to attend their
respective orientations to
meet teachers and find out
any new information for
this school year.


don't think you can pull out
even with this."
Lantz acknowledged The
Zoo is in trouble, but said
government assistance is im-
perative for it to continue.
"This can be saved and
this can be something that's
here for perpetuity," Lantz
said.

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Santa Rosa County con-
tinues to be one of the lowest
ranked counties in Florida in
regards to funding from the
State, while continuing to
rank at the top of the list in
academic achievement. Rog-
ers says Santa Rosa County is
"next to the last county" in the
amount of funding provided
by the state.
The following list contains
local schools and the grades
each scored on the FCAT:

Elementary Schools
*Bagdad dropped two letter
grades from last year, scoring


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a "C" for 2008.
*Bennett C. Russell scored a
"B" in its first year of FCAT
testing.
*Berryhill maintained last
year's "A" grade.
* Chumuckla also maintained
its "A" scored last year.
*Dixon Intermediate scored
an "A", the same as last year.
*East Milton dropped two


letter grades and scored a "C"
in 2008.
*Jay scored another "A" in the
2008 FCAT.
*Munson continued its two-
year trend of "A"' scores.
*Pea Ridge scored the same
as last year, bringing in an
"A".
*Rhodes also scored another
"A" for 2008.


Middle Sdchools
*Avalon, *Hobbs, King and
Sims all scored an "A" on the
2008 FCAT.


High Schools
*Central brought last year's
score up a letter grade to score
a "B" in 2008.
*Jay dropped a letter grade
from last year to score a "B"
for 2008.
*Milton scored the same as
last year with a "C".
*Pace duplicated last year's
score to be graded an "A"
school in 2008.


RE-BID from page Al


he is confident the Air Force
will, once again, pick the best
tanker for the contract. "The
Northrop Grumman KC-45
tanker is needed now and is
ready now," says Belote.
In February, the Air Force
decided to have the next-
generation aerial refueling
tankers built in Mobile by
Northrop Grumman Corp.
and a U.S. offshoot of the
European Aeronautic De-
fense and Space Company.
The contract to build the Air
Force's new refueling tanker
would be worth $40 billion.
The Northrop contract has
the potential to create 2,000
high-paying jobs in Florida
and result in thousands of
jobs throughout Northwest
Florida with about 45 aero-
space and defense suppliers.
Boeing Company wants
+ to build the tankers in the
Seattle area and they alleged
the Air Force made errors


in the decision process re-
sulting in the selection of
Northrop Grumman. Boe-
ing filed a protest of the Air
Force's decision to award the
contract to Northrop Grum-
man on March 11.
On June 12, Santa Rosa
County Commissioners ap-
proved a $200,000 marketing
plan by TEAM Santa Rosa
for growth related to the po-
tential location of the tanker
assembly plant in Mobile,
Alabama. Commissioner
Don Salter said the location
of the tanker assembly plant
would be a once in a lifetime
opportunity for the county
and the entire region.
According to TEAM San-
ta Rosa, Florida's military
and defense-related indus-
tries are critical to the local
economy. The $44 billion
industry is the state's third
top economic sector, behind
tourism and agriculture, and


it has the most critical eco-
nomic impact of any indus-
try in Santa Rosa County.
TEAM Santa Rosa Ex-
ecutive Director Cindy An-
derson maintains a positive
attitude regarding the re-
bidding process. "The an-
nouncement [by Gates] is
huge. What it means is that
because Northrop Grumman
and Boeing don't have the
time to change the original
contracts that were bid on,
we are confident they [the
Air Force] will stick with the
original decision to award
the contract to Northrop
Grumman," says Anderson.
In the meantime, Santa
Rosa County continues to
market the area to aerospace
and defense industries. Rep-
resentatives from the county
maintain Santa Rosa has the
most to offer potential indus-
tries that are considering lo-
cating to Northwest Florida.


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Local


Saturday, July 12, 2008


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The Big Bad Wolf!

'Little Red

Reading Hood'

at the library


During the week of
July 14, Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Libraries will host the
Jacksonville State Univer-
sity Drama Department in a
Children's Theater produc-
tion of "Little Red Read-
ing Hood," a play about
the importance of reading
using the children's fairy
tale as a background. Last
year, the Theater presented
"The Adventures of Tiny
Turkey," which focused on
being kind and accepting
those around us.
The play is an adapta-
tion by JSU Drama Profes-
sor Eric Traynor of the clas-
sic story, "Little Red Riding
Hood." Traynor, who for-
merly served as the Artistic
Director of Storybook The-
atre in Greensboro, NC, is
also directing the play.
The play is a comical
rendition of "Little Red
Riding Hood," complete
with characters Wolfie
Wolf, Harry Hyena, Little


Red Riding Hood, Grand-
ma, the Piano Guy and a
Reading Bug that chases
Little Red all through the
woods. The theme is "Read
More Books." Children in
the audience are prompted
to participate as instructed
as the narrative proceeds.
"Little Red Reading
Hood" is for children who
have completed kindergar-
ten through fifth grade. The
program will take place at
Jay Library on Monday, Na-
varre Library on Tuesday,
Milton Library on Wednes-
day, Gulf Breeze Library on
Thursday and Pace Library
on Friday. All programs
will begin at 1 p.m.

The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace.


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The Baskin-Robbins in Pace held its Grand
Opening Celebration on Monday evening
from 6 to 8 p.m. Visitors were treated to free
samples and chances to win various discounts
on ice cream purchases. Josh Robinson, the Di-
rector of Operations, was on hand for the dona-
tion of a check for $500 to the Milton Public
Library. Linda Hendrix, Library Manager, says
the funds will be used toward the purchase of
books. Employees pictured are Chris Johnson
(behind the counter). and shift leader Gail Sam-
ulok (serving samples). Many visitors were on
hand to enjoy the numerous varieties of treats
available.


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The 15th annual Power of
Photography show and trade
expo was held on July 11-13
at the Wright Place in down-
town Pensacola. Sponsored
by the Wide Angle Photo
Club and People's First
Community Bank, this ben-
efit event for ARC Gatway
included a juried art show in
which several area residents
won awards for their pho-
tography:
Sandy O'Neal of Milton
won both The Sue Straughn
Award and third in Sport &
Action for "Take a Breath."
Sarah Hadding of Milton
won first place in Youth for
"Macro Jack."
Bill Kelley of Jay won
the Best Black and White


Sandy O'Neal of Milton won both The Sue Straughn Award
and third in Sport & Action for "Take a Breath."


Photo Award for "The White
Castle Scotland," third in
Open/Art for "Ageless Sun-
set," and honorable mention
in Flowers & Trees with
"Purple Bug and Pink Aza-
leas."
Cathy Hennessy of Mil-
ton won third place in Birds
& Insects for "Silly Cyclist"
and honorable mention in
Animals for "The Mooch-
er."
Victor Hernandez of
Milton won second place
in Flowers & Trees with
"Stump Field."


Sally Wales of Milton
won the Best Personality
Award for "Hope."
Suzanne Borges of Mil-
ton won the Best Inspira-
tional Award for "Take Time
to Enjoy the View" and sec-
ond in Places for "Home for
the Night at #17"
Tristy Holmes of Milton
won honorable mention in
Youth for "Practice."
To learn more about the
Wide Angle Photo Club, go
to their web site at www.
wideanglephotoclub.org.
New members are welcome.


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Vol. 101, Nubmer 27


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OUR VIEW



Public will


follow leaders

An interesting comment was made recently
concerning the courthouse: when residents are
willing to pay for it, it will be built.
It's not an exact quote from Commissioner


Don Salter at
the Milton City
Council Meeting
Tuesday night, but
close summation
of his comments
after portables
were placed at the
site of the former
Santa Rosa County
Jail.
At a previous
meeting of the
Santa Rosa


When the courthouse issue
appeared on the ballot in 2002,
many referred to the planned
structure as a Taj Mahal. Despite
assurances to the contrary, some
said they felt it was going to be
an ornate structure. The poor
county commission syndrome has
continued since then.


County Commission, Salter talked about not
supporting a tax initiative for the courthouse
until the road issue in Santa Rosa County was
solved. He went on to talk about how initiative
after initiative had been voted down by the
people.
We wonder: why are the people of Santa
Rosa giving these initiatives a thumbs-down
every time?
* When the courthouse issue appeared on the
ballot in 2002, many referred to the planned
structure as a Taj Mahal. Despite assurances
to the contrary, some said they felt it was
going to be an ornate structure.
The poor county commission syndrome has
continued since then.
Any time a project is brought up, we don't
have the money for it and the people are
unwilling to support a tax for it be "it"
roads or courthouse.
At Monday's committee meeting of the
Commission, a citizen asked to see a copy of
the contract spending $50,000 on materials
to help prepare for a trip to Farmington,
England.
There was not a copy of the contract
available to be produced at his request. Copies
of all contracts can't be brought to every
meeting, but a more forthcoming attitude
might help citizens be more willing to join
hands in a project.
When someone votes a tax upon himself,
they do so with the understanding of what it is
for and how long it will last.
A clear and precise picture must be painted
by leaders, explaining to the public in order
to foster and grow momentum for the
initiative.
Case in point: "we would like a one-cent
sales tax, not to exceed x-number of years,
to build a courthouse at such-and-such
location and/or to update or build the
following roads."
Then list the roads and tell the people how
many years you want the tax to last or, better
yet, set a limit on the number of dollars to be
collected before the tax is removed.
We believe when a detailed picture is
painted for the voters they are more likely to
lend their support, but the other way to get
that support is to show the residents just how
much you can pinch a penny.
Hearing those in the public and their cries
for a new courthouse and improved roads, we
would have expected more support from the
public.
Our real point here is, tell the people what
roads you want to work on over the next
four to six years and, at the same time, let us
know your plans for a sturdy and practical
courthouse. If leaders are upfront, people just
might decide to follow the lead.



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GUEST EDITORIAL


Southern route is best for Milton


By Paul Kilmartin

It is with utmost
importance that I, as a
member of the Historic
Preservation Board of
Milton, Fla., provide
a recommendation
regarding the relocation of
Highway 90.
Most Milton residents
have received or will be
receiving their survey
about Highway 90. I1
encourage you to fill it
out and return it to the
city or better yet for
those who didn't get a
survey go online at http://
www.ci.milton.fl.us/


city_services/planning/
transportation survey.
htm and fill out the survey
online.
My recommendation is
based upon information
gathered and proposals
made in relation to the
survey being issued.
I, as a board member,
feel that although cost,
as indicated in the city
survey, is a factor, it
should not be the ultimate
deal breaker since money
to fund this project will be
dispersed from the State
of Florida and federal
programs.
No additional taxes


from the city or county
would be required since
this is a state road.
The impact of this
relocation, in my opinion,
will profoundly affect
the city economically,
ecologically, and
aesthetically for
generations to come.
Most importantly, I
feel any decision should
preserve and protect the
historical integrity, small
town character, quality of
life, and economic growth
currently taking place in
the downtown historic
district.
And as a member of


the Historic Preservation
Board I recommend that
we move forward as
expeditiously as possible
with the Southern
Alternate Route from East
Milton connecting to Old
Highway 90.
The city council
suggested this route and
has supported it for many
years. I also feel this is the
most logical and effective
route to carry our city '
well into its future.

Editor's note: Mr. Paul
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette | Page A7


Saturday, July 12, 2008


Community


Organizations team up for annual Cram the Van


S.United Way organiza-
ilo6ns in Santa Rosa and Es-
cambia counties will once
ain team up with WEAR
,'C-3, Sandy Sansing, and
eal Wal-Mart stores for the
annual Cram the Van school-
sipply collection program
this \ea3r
Cram the Van, now in its
9th, year, helps ensure that
children from low-income
homes will not fall behind
in school because of insuffi-
cient family finances to pur-
thase basic supplies. More
than 8,000 children are ex-
pected to benefit this year in
the two-county area.


"This is a very difficult
time for many families,"
said Sandy Sansing, owner
of Sandy Sansing Chevro-
let, Nissan, Mazda, BMW
and Chrysler. "I think it is
important that every child
in our community have the
opportunity to start school
with the necessary supplies
they need to have a success-
ful year. The cost of school
supplies for a year can be a
financial burden for fami-
lies with limited incomes.
Through the generosity of
our community, we can en-
sure that all children devel-
op healthy attitudes toward


school, ultimately leading to
a more educated workforce
and a stronger community
overall."

If you need help
with school supplies
In Escambia County,
families who need assistance
with supplies should contact
their child's school. Eligible
students will receive an al-
lotment of supplies the first
week of school.
In Santa Rosa County,
contact Marianne Back at
623-4507 or visit http://
unitedwaysrc.org/cramthe-
van2008.html.


If you are able to help
All residents are asked to
look for the Cram the Van
collection sites around town
and make a contribution of
supplies or a cash donation
that will be used to purchase
supplies. Items needed in-
clude:
Crayons, pens, pencils,
colored pencils, markers,
highlighters, and erasers;
Backpacks;
Calculators;
Loose notebook paper
(wide-ruled and college-
ruled);
Spiral-bound note-
books (wide-ruled and col-


lege-ruled);
Glue (Elmer's school
glue and glue sticks);
Rulers and protractors;
Highlighters;
Index cards;
School supply stor-
age (plastic boxes or Zipper
pouches);
Scissors (pointed and
blunt)
To participate, look for
the van at the following lo-
cations and times

In Santa Rosa County
July 17, 24 Navarre Wal-
Mart 11 a.m. to 2p.m.
Milton K-Mart 4 to


7 p.m.
July 18, 25 Gulf Breeze
Office Depot 11 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Gulf Breeze Wal-Mart 4
to 7 p.m.
July 19, 26 Pace Office
Depot 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Pace Wal-Mart 4 to 7
p.m.

For more information:
United Way of Escambia
County: 434-3157 or www.
unitedwayescambia.org or
United Way of Santa Rosa
County: 623-4507 or www.
unitedwaysrc.org or WEAR
ABC-3: www.wear3.com.


NEWSBriefs


Bagdad UMC
to hold VBS
Bagdad United Methodist
lChurch, located in Bagdad,
will be having Vacation Bible
School July 14-17 (Monday
through Thursday), ages 3-11
from 6:30-8:00 p.m. There
will be arts, crafts, singing
& Bible Lessons. Graduation
and an award ceremony will
be Thursday, July 17. Parents
are invited to attend. Call
850-626-1948 to register.
There is no charge for this
Vacation Bible School.

Gallery to hold
weaving workshops
The Dragonfly Gallery
will be the site of two weav-
ing on a triangle loom work-
shops. The first workshop
will be on Saturday, July
19th from 9:00 till 3:00. A
follow up session and encore
workshop will be on July
21st at the same times. These
workshops will be conduct-
ed by local fiber artists, Jan
Dempsey and Sandi Lang.
Triangle Weaving is a
unique process that builds
the, weave from two op-
posite corners at the same
time. The technique offers
a full-size shawl in just a
few hours. During the class
yot will build the frame and
begin the weaving. These
workshops have limited
openings. You may register
by calling Jan Dempsey at
623-3711 or calling the Gal-
f1ry, 981-1100.
"YThe Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
teet in historic downtown
Milton, is a mission of the
Santa Rosa Art and Culture
Foundation. It is a juried gal-
lery of local artists. Gallery
hours are Tuesday through
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. un-
til 4:00 p.m. For more infor-
mation contact the SRACF
at www.SantaRosaArts.org.

Baptist Hospital
recognized for quality
Baptist Hospital received
the Florida's Medicare Qual-
ity Improvement Organiza-
tion (FMQAI) Performance
Achievement Award for pro-
viding quality of health care
to Medicare beneficiaries
during the last three years.
Criteria from the Institute
of Medicine is used to deter-
mine health care providers'
level of quality, Based on the
institute's six aims: safety,
effectiveness, patient-cen-
tered, timeliness, efficiency,
and equitable care, Baptist


provides patients with the
best possible care.
FMQAI has provided
technical assistance to hos-
pitals helping them comply
with Medicare billing and
coding regulations since
1999, and has been a national
leader in reducing unneces-
sary hospital admissions
since 2003.
For more information,
call Baptist Health Care at
(850) 434-4080.

ABWA to hold July
meeting
The American Business
Women's Association will
hold its July social at The
Olive Drop Martini Bar,
5 Via De Luna Drive on
Pensacola Beach on July
15. This month is all about
fun in the sun at ABWA!
We encourage members
and non-members to min-
gle over martinis. Guests
are encouraged to bring
their special someone for
food, fun and networking.
Networking will begin at
5:30 p.m. and will con-
clude at 8 p.m. on Tuesday,
July 15.
The cost is $18 for Chap-
ter members and $22 for
non-members. This price
includes heavy appetizers
and non-alcoholic bever-
ages. A cash bar is available.
You may RSVP via email at
info@AWBApensacola.org
or call Stacey Kostevicki at
(850) 980-6652.

Clean your Toy closet
for a cause
Parents that have school-
age boys home for the Sum-
mer months can task them
with "Cleaning their closet
for a cause." Children's Ser-
vices Center's Parent Place,
is in critical need of school-
age boys toys and books.
The Parent Place is a unique
store, where parents/guard-
ians can redeem certificates
they have earned by volun-
teering with their child's day
care center and/or school for
toys, books, games, and vid-
eos. All items in the Parent
Place have been donated by
schools, businesses, private
citizens, and other organiza-
tions. Please consider donat-
ing new and gently used toys
and books that are appro-
priate for school-age boys.
Cash and gift card donations
are also accepted. Items may
be dropped off at Children's
Services Center, 3300 N.
Pace Blvd. #230 Pensacola,
FL 32505.


Please call Nancy Wolfe
at 595-5921, or email her at
wolfe@csc-wf.org for addi-
tional information.

Government fact
sheet available
The latest fact sheet in the
Your County, Your Govern-
ment series, is now available
at www.santarosa.fl.gov ,
under what's hot. The sixth
issue highlights the ser-
vices offered by Santa Rosa
County Code Compliance,
including a new Web based
complaint form.
In order to offer this ser-
vice at the lowest cost possi-
ble, the fact sheets series are
created in-house and are not
professionally printed, but
are available on the county's
website at www.santarosa.
fl.gov. The public can visit
the website to view current
and past issues and sign up
to receive the publication of
their choice automatically
via e-mail by clicking "Join
Publication Distribution
List." To ensure everyone
can access the informational
pieces, citizens without in-
ternet access are encouraged
to use the public computer
resources available at one
of the five county libraries
or call (850) 983-1877 to re-
ceive a copy by mail.

Donate a Car to help
Boys & Girls Clubs
Boys and Girls Clubs
throughout the country are
pleased to call their clubs,
The Positive Place for Kids.
Helping to keep clubs a 'pos-
itive place' is the income
from donated car donations.
The money received from
the sale of the cars is a big
influence in making a club
"positive." To donate a car
just call 1-800-246-0493. No
restrictions apply and the car
will be picked up within a
few days.

City of Milton
Meetings
Milton's Personnel
Committee will meet on
Thursday, July 17, at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room
B at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
Milton Growth, De-
velopment and Annexation
Committee will meet Thurs-
day, July 17, at 3 p.m. in
Conference Room B at City
Hall.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more infor-
mation, call 983-5411.


Loyed and Beal to wed

.Charles and Diane Loyed of Pace are proud to -
annfounce the engagement and upcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Allison Renee Loyed to
Robert Stephen Beal. Stephen is the son of Rob-
ert and Wanda Beal, also of Pace.
--Allison is a 2002 graduate ofPace High School
aindis pursuing a degree in nutrition. Currently,
Allison is employed with Sacred Heart Hospital
as a Certified Pharmacy Technician.
Stephen is a 2002 graduate of Pace High
School and a 2007 graduate from the University
of South Alabama with a Mechanical Engineer- .
ingdegree. Currently, Stephen is employed as a
Repair Design Engineer with Goodrich Corpo-
ration in Foley, AL.
The couple will be united in marriage on
Saturday, October 18, 2008 at Immanuel Bap-
tist Church in Pace with a reception to follow
at Santa Rosa Auditorium in Milton. After a
honeymoon to Hawaii, the couple will reside in
Foley, AL. Please visit the couple's Web site at
www.mywedding.com/allienstevo. .


'Dinner with the Doc'
set for July 17
Make plans to attend and
bring a friend to Baptist
Medical Park Nine Mile for
'Dinner with the Doc' July
17. Join us to learn about
the latest in hormone re-
placement therapy and other
women's health issues.
Gynecologist Editha
Bielitz, M.D., will provide
an educational presentation
covering a wide range of top-
ics including non-invasive
aesthetic medicine such as
Botox, Radiesse, and Juve-
derm. She'll also talk about
medical-grade skin care
treatments such as Obagi,
LaRoche-Posay, Prevage
M.D., Vivite, and the newest
treatment at her practice -
medical micro peels.
Presented by Baptist
Medical Park at Nine Mile
Road, the free program fea-
tures dinner at 5:30 p.m. with
the program following at
5:45 p.m. Two drawings will
be held one for an Obagi
skin care basket and another
for $50 off of a Juvederm
procedure. Because seating
is limited, registration is re-
quired. The session will be
held in the Baptist Medical
Park's Azalea Room. For
reservations, call (850) 469-
7897.


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Today in Jay


The Jay Area Chamber
of Commerce met Monday,
July 7, at the Jay Commu-
nity Center at 12 noon.
President Jodie Butler
opened the meeting with
a prayer before calling the
meeting to order. All re-
mained standing for the
Pledge of Allegiance to the
American Flag.
Guest Tim Wyrosdick,
who is running for Superin-
tendent of the SRC District
Schools, was introduced. He
is currently the Assistant of
Superintendent of Schools
for Santa Rosa County.
Minutes and treasurer's
report from June was ap-
proved.
Jodie Butler reported that
30,000 calling cards have
been sent to our military
in Iraq. He also reported
that the next Honor Flight
will leave Washington D.C.
October 15, 2008. Butler is
the Chairman for the fund-
raising committee for this
Honor Flight. More funds
are badly needed. Over 200
more veterans are waiting
to take the Honor Flight.
Donna Tucker, Executive
Director of the SRC Cham-
ber of Commerce reported
that NAS Whiting Field is
planning a demonstration
Air Show to be held Octo-


ber 25 at the Whiting Field
Flight Line.
United Way's Cram the
Van drive is asking all the
chambers to donate back
packs for the many children
returning to school this year.
Also couches, desks, etc.,
have been collected for use
by nonprofit organizations.
And, it is time for the Live
United t-shirt Advertising
Drive. For more information
on this please call 850/623-
4507.
The chamber voted tojoin
the Quarterback Club's Sil-
ver Level with a $500 dona-
tion to support JHS football
team and the Jay Pro Rodeo
with advertising signs.
Tucker also reported
that Wal-Mart is holding
a ceremony to launch the
purchasing of fresh fruits
and vegetables from the lo-
cal growers in Santa Rosa
County. The ceremony was
Friday, July 11, at 3 p.m. in
front of their store location
in Pace.
When the meeting ad-
journed, lunch was served
and provided by the Town
of Jay. Thanks go to Town
Clerk, Linda Carden.
The next meeting will
be Monday, August 4 at the
same place with Jay Hospi-
tal providing lunch at noon.


Jay celebrates the 4th of July


By Brenda Gabbart
Contributing Writer


Jay held its 4th of July celebration at
Bray-Hendricks City Park Friday with
plenty to see and do.
The softball tournament began the day
of festivities. There was plenty to eat and
drink and plenty of watermelon.
Live entertainment began around 2 p.m.,'
with the great sounds of the Watsons and.
their band.
At 6 p.m. it was time for the 5K Run.
First to finish was Drew Kennedy finish-
ing with a time of 19:18. The Fun Run fol-
lowed the 5K Run.
Fireworks began at 9 p.m. with all its,,
glory a happy ending for a rather wet af-
ternoon. I thought the light rain felt good.


STUDENTNews


Local student gains national certification


RESTON, VIRG. Weston
Moore, a rising senior at
Pace High School has com-
pleted the requirements to
be designated as a Certified
Student Leader (CSL) by
the National Association of
Student Councils (NASC).
She is the first student in the
nation to receive the recog-
nition, which is expected to
become a highly sought-af-
ter honor by students across
the country. The Certified
Student Leader program was
started by the National As-
sociation of Student Coun-
cils to:
Give schools a tool to
enhance and improve their
efforts to develop student
leaders.
Challenge students to
work for recognition that is
based on their abilities and
knowledge in the area of
leadership.
Create an award that
provides authentic assess-


ment and recognition based
on a student's demonstration
of skills and knowledge.
Support the standards
and goals of the Nation-
al Council of Excellence
Awards and missions of
NASC and the National
Association of Secondary
School Principals (NASSP)
Moore, who served as
student body president in
2007 and whose school is


an NASC member, com-
pleted a list of tasks and
requirements in order to be
designated a Certified Stu-
dent Leader. The rigorous
application process involves
the creation of a portfolio of
evidence that demonstrates
completion of a number of
activities including modules
on leadership, goal setting,
team building, decision mak-
ing, problem solving, group
dynamics, time management
and personal organization,
meeting management, com-
munication, evaluation, ser-
vice, civic engagement and
personal leadership philoso-
phy. Applicants also have to
obtain letters of recommen-
dation from their advisers
and principals verifying that
they have completed the re-
quirements. Each portfolio is
then assessed by NASC staff
to determine whether the cri-
terion has been successfully
met in order for a student


to be designated a Certified'
Student Leader.
Moore was given specjj,il
recognition for her achieve,
ment in a surprise announce-
ment at the NASC annual
conference on June 26th in
Ft. Worth, Texas. She stated
of the honor, "This is such a
great surprise. It took a loi
of work to complete the ap-
plication process, but it was
really worth it. I was able to
reflect on what I've learned
as a member of my school's
student council and now I'll
be an even more effective
student leader when school
starts again for my senior
year. I'm sure I'll also be
able to use what I've learned
in college and beyond."
NASC expects to announce
several more Certified Stu-
dent Leaders in the coming
weeks.
For more information on *
the Certified Student Leader-
program, visit www.nasc.us.,


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futures market

Daily Grain Comment
Chinese markets
Equivalents at its futures
exchanges:
Sep soybeans $22.86,
down $.21
Jan soybeans $20.16,
down $.55
May soybeans $19.81,
down $.44
Sep corn $6.61, down 1
cent
Sep wheat 811.70 cents,
down 3.18 cents
Sep cotton 92.28 cents,
up 0.20 cent
Meal prices were down $6-
$10 per ton, Here's what may
move grain prices today -
There is speculation
going about that USDA may
announce its decision on
releasing CRP acres for next
crop year after the close this
afternoon.
Grains are scheduled to
trade their full day today even
though many other markets
close early.
Corn and soybean prices
were elevated yesterday by
continuing discussion about
risk for very hot weather in the
Central Midwest later this


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Recent outbreaks of sal-
monellosis associated with
the consumption of fresh to-
matoes caused many restau-
rants to remove raw tomatoes
from their menus. In order
to keep your family safe, the
University of Florida answers
some of your questions.

Q. How does Salmonella
and other pathogens con-
taminate tomatoes and other
produce?

There is no quick answer
to this question. Scientists are
still debating the most likely
routes of contamination. It
is possible for produce to
be contaminated at various


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month. We all know that the weather can change quickly,
but as we told callers yesterday, and as we have told them
many times in the past, there are no telltale signs of per-
sistent upper air ridging on the long-range forecast maps
in the central or southeastern US. The bias continues to be
to the west, which we all know is suffering from heat and
dryness.
Energy prices were higher at press time.
USDA reported another slow week for corn export
sales. They totaled only 12.8 million bushels versus the
average of 36.9 million.
Improving corn crop conditions, radically slowing
demand, and higher than expected plantings remain bear-
ish influences. However, concerns about a shift to more
severe weather will remain an ever present bullish influ-
ence during the next six to eight weeks.
Soybean complex
USDA reported strong weekly soybean sales of
465,900 tonnes.
The Census Bureau reported May soybean oil stocks
at 2.972 billion pounds. That was similar to the prelimi-
nary estimate. Methyl ester production was low at 227.4
million pounds. That is actually less than May last year at
271.9 million pounds.
Corn and soybean prices were elevated yesterday by
continuing discussion about risk for very hot weather in
the Central Midwest later this month. We all know that
the weather can change quickly, but as we told callers
yesterday, and as we have told them many times in the
past, there are no telltale signs of persistent upper air ridg-
ing on the long-range forecast maps in the central or
southeastern US. The bias continues to be to the west,
which we all know is suffering from heat and dryness.
Energy prices were higher at press time.


stages, including during the
growing, harvesting, clean-
ing, washing and distribution.
In the field, fruits and veg-
etables can be contaminated
by coming in contact with
animal manure or poultry lit-
ter that was improperly com-
posted. Cross-contamination
in retail stores and during
food preparation at home and
in restaurants has also been
documented.

Q. Are tomatoes from
farmers' markets included in
this outbreak?

Farmers' markets get their
tomatoes from a variety of
sources that are not neces-
sarily limited to local farms.
These other sources may in-
clude the same ones that pro-
vided the tomatoes implicated
in the Salmonella outbreak.
Consumers should ask retail-
ers at farmers' markets what
the sources of their tomatoes
are, and frequently check
FDA updates at http://www.
fds.gov/oc/opacom/hottopics/
tomatoes.html for states and
countries not associated with
the outbreak.

Q. During this outbreak,
is it safer to eat locally grown
tomatoes?

Consumers should con-
firm with their retailers the
sources of tomatoes adver-


tised as "locally grown."
Consumers also are reminded
that cherry tomatoes, grape
tomatoes, and tomatoes with
the vine still attached are not
implicated in this outbreak,
regardless of where they were
grown, harvested, or packed.
Tomatoes grown at home
also are not implicated in the
outbreak.

Q.Is there anything con-
sumers can do to reduce the
risk of infection?

1. When selecting fruits
and vegetables at the market,
do not pick damaged produce.
Additionally, avoid selecting
fruits and vegetables that are
too soft or have translucent
skin.
2. Store your produce dry
and in a cool place. While
storing produce at cooler
temperatures does not con-
sistently reduce potential
contamination, it may help
prevent any pathogens that
may already be present from
multiplying to levels more
likely to be dangerous to hu-
mans.
3. Never soak vegetables
in water. Soaking fresh veg-
etables in water may increase
the chance that any bacteria
present on the surface of the
vegetable will infiltrate into
the inner tissues.
4. Fruits and vegetables
that have been minimally


processed (i.e. thoroughly
washed and brushed, cut,
sliced, peeled, lightly cooked,
etc) should be stored refriger-
ated and only for a limited
time.
5. Clean your refrigerator.
Regularly wipe refrigerator
shelves and crispers with a
household cleaner.
6. Washing produce is
an important way to remove-
some contamination on the
surface of fruits and veg-
etables. Thoroughly washing
produce in warm water with
common detergents reduces,
but does completely eliminate
bacteria on surfaces of toma-
toes. Fruits and vegetables .
should be washed under
clean, running warm water.
Do not wash your vegetables
or fruits in bleach solutions as
they are not considered safe
for consumption.
Wash fruits and vegetables
immediately prior to eating
them. In terms of produce
with rough surfaces, such as
strawberries, broccoli and
cauliflower, washing is only
slightly effective in removing
pathogens.
7. When slicing tomatoes,
cut out the stem scar, the
corky area on top of a tomato
fruit that was attached to the
stem. Studies show that the
stem scar can contains higher
numbers of bacteria.
8. When preparing fruits
and vegetables at home, avoid
cross-contamination of fruits .
and vegetables from meats,
poultry, and seafood, as well
as from vegetables (such as
potatoes and leeks) and cu-
curbits (melons, squash) that
are normally soiled.

Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture Ex-
tension Agent br Santa Rosa
County. The use of trade
names, if used in this article,
is solely for the purpose of
providing specific informa-
tion. It is not a guarantee,
warranty, or endorsement
ofthe product namie(s) and
does not signify that they are
approved to the exclusion of
others.
For additional infobrma-
tion about all ofthe county'
extension services and other
articles ofinterest go to http://
santarosa.ifais.uff.edu


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Church Directory


African Methodist
Episcopal Zion, Isaiah Cha-
pel AME Zion Church, 5038
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Drive, Milton
,, African Methodist Episcopal,
Greater Bethlehem AME,
5299 Richburg St., Milton

Anglican
Trinity by the Fields, 4980
West Spencerfield Road,
Pace

Apostolic
First Apostolic Church, 5574
E. Highway 90, Milton
Pace Apostolic Church, 4763
Old Guernsey Road, Pace

Assemblies of God
Bagdad 1st Assembly of God,
4513 Forsyth Street, Bagdad
East Milton Assemby of God,
5174 Ward Basin Road, Mil-
ton
Ebenezer Assembly of God,
Ebenezer Church Road, Jay
Faith Chapel Assembly of
od, 205 South Airport Road,
Milton
--First Assembly of God, 6163
Dogwood Drive, Milton
Harold Assemby of God,
10495 Goodrange Rd, Milton
New Harvest Fellowship As-
sembly of God, E. Highway 90,
Pace
Jay First Assembly of God,
400 S. Alabama Street, Jay
McLellan Assembly of God,
6050 Three Notch Trail, Mil-
ton
New Hope Assembly of God,
9550 Chumuckla Hwy, Pace
-Pace Assembly of God, 3948
Hwy 90, Pace
Welcome Assembly of God,
8581 Welcome Church Road,
Milton

Baptist -ABA
j Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA,
3095 Berryhill Road, Milton
SBethel Missionary Baptist -
ABA, 6178 Old Bagdad Hwy.,
Milton
Fellowship Baptist Church
ABA, 5223 Hwy. 90, Pace
First Baptist Church ABA
of East Milton, 8178 S Airport
Rd., East Milton
First Missionary Baptist -
ABA, 3949 Pace Road, Pace
Galilee Missionary Baptist-
ABA, Hwy 90, West Milton

Baptist
Avalon Baptist, 4316 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
East Side Baptist, 4884 Ward
Basin Road, Milton
Faith Baptist, 6423 Hamil-
ton Bridge Rd, Milton
First Baptist of Harold, 10585
Goodrange Drive, Milton
Liberty Baptist Church, 6763
Margaret Street, Milton
Mount Pilgrim Baptist, 5103
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Street, Milton
St. John Divine Missionary
Baptist, 5363 St. Johns Street,
Milton

Baptist -
Independent
Bible Baptist Church of Pace,
4001 Vern Street, Pace
Bible Way Baptist Church,
5976 Dogwood Drive Milton
Brownsdale Baptist Church,


Chumuckla Hwy. Jay
Joy Bible Baptist, 8613 Hwy.
90, Milton
Pleasant Hill Missionary Bap-
tist, 5550 Econfina Street,
Milton
Solid Rock Baptist, 6760 East
Gate Road, Milton
Trinity Baptist, 5301 High-
way 90, Pace
Victory Baptist, 4000 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
West Florida Baptist, 5621
Hwy 90, Milton
Fil Am Baptist Church, 5240
Dogwood Drive, Milton
Baptist -Southern
Avalon Baptist, 4316 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church,
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-
Navarre, Highway 87 North
Holley
Blackwater Baptist, 11689
Munson Hwy., Milton
Calvary Baptist, Hwy. 89,
Allentown
Cora Baptist, 12953 Hwy
197, Jay
East Side Baptist, 4884 Ward
Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist, 6848
Chaffin Street. Milton
First Bagdad Baptist, 4529
Forsyth St., Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon Point,
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Mil-
ton
First Baptist of Milton, 6797
Caroline St., Milton
Florida Baptist Convention,
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
Floridatown Baptist, 3851
Diamond Street, Pace
Harold First Baptist, 10585
Good Range Dr, Milton
Harmony Ridge Baptist, 5536
Hwy. 90 W, Pace
Hickory Hammock Bap-
tist, Hickory Hammock Rd,
E.Milton
Immanual Baptist, 4187 Hwy.
90, Pace
James Street Baptist, 6658
James Street, Milton
Jay First Baptist, 214 S. Ala-
bama Street, Jay
Living Truth Church (Con-
temporary), Meeting at S.S.
Dixon Intermediate School,
Pace
Mount Calvary So. Baptist,
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
New Bethel Baptist, 10995
Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
New Life Baptist, 6380 Bay-
berry Street, Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist, 6151
Dogwood Dr., Milton
Olivet Baptist, 5240 Dog-
wood Drive, Milton
Pine Level Baptist, 3300 Pine
Level Church Road, Jay
Pine Terrace Baptist, 6212
Pine Blossom Road Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist, 8500
Pleasant Home, Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.,
6820 Hwy. 87 North Milton,
Spring Hill Baptist Church,
9214 Munson Hwy., Milton
Wallace Baptist Church, 6601
Chumuckla Hwy.
Woodbine Baptist Church,
4912 Woodbine Road, Pace

Baptist -
Missionary
Mt. Bethel Baptist, 175 Limit
Street, Milton
New Macedonia Baptist
Church, 4751 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace
New Providence Missionary
Baptist, 4175 Popcorn Rd.,


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: The Rev. John Wallace
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Sunday School: 9:45 am
6849 Oak StreetWednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nurseryprovided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-29p5 www.stmarysmilton.com


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Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church

Sunday School 9 a.m.
Worship Service 10 a.m.
Pastor Mark Dees
4701 School Lane
994-6213


Milton
First Missionary Baptist
Church, 3949 Pace Road, Pace

Catholic
St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church, 6457 Park Ave. SW
Milton

Charismatic
Sheperd House Ministry, 5739
Stewart St. Milton
New Hope Community Church,
Meeting at Russel Center at
Locklin Tech, Berry Hill,
Milton

Church of Christ
Bagdad Chuch of Christ, 4413
Garcon Point Hwy., Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ,
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace
Jay Church of Christ, E.
Highway 4, Jay
Margaret Street Church of
Christ, 6745 Margaret Street,
Milton
McLellan Church of Christ,
Munson Hwy Milton
Susan St. Church of Christ,
600 Susan St. Milton
West Milton Church of Christ,
5300 Highway 90, Pace
Pea Ridge Church of Christ,
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge

Church of God
in Christ
Ferris Hill Church of God in
Christ, 909 N. Alabama St.,
Milton
World Church of God, Milton
Worship Center, 5177 Stewart
St., Milton
Community Chapel Church of
God, 4300 Pace Lane, south of
Wal-Mart
Church of God in Christ, 5887
N. Stewart St., Milton

Church of GOD
Covenant Church of God,
4645 School Ln.,Pace
Church of God of Prophecy,
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL

Community Of Christ
Community of Christ, 6656
Raymond Hobbs St., Milton

Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter
Day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of


Latter day Saints, 5737 Berry-
hill Rd., Milton
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
ter day Saints, 2828 Harvest
Rd, Jay
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
ter day Saints, 1753 Sea Lark
Ln, Navarre

Episcopal
St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
6842 Oak St. Milton

Full gospel
Milton Victory Ministries,
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
Living Faith Church, 7400
Reformation Rd., Milton
True Grace Fellowship Church,
5178 Willard Norris Rd., Mil-
ton

Holiness
Hollandtown Holiness Church,
1851 Pineview Church Rd,
Jay Contact: Hansel Prescott
675-4346
Cobbtown Holiness, 4700
Greenwood Rd., Jay

Independent
Grace Bible Church, 623
Chestnut, Milton

Interdenominational
Ken Sumerall Ministries, 4901
Forest Creek Dr., Pace

Jehovah's Witnesses
Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
congregation, 5696 Berryhill
Rd., Milton

Lutheran
Eternal Trinity Lutheran
Church, 6076 Old Bagdad
Hwy., Milton

Methodist
Christ United Methodist
Church, 5983 Dogwood Dr.,
Milton
Chumuckla United Method-
ist Church, 9475 Chumuckla
Hwy., Jay
Elizabeth Chapel United Meth-
odist Church, 8008 Chumuckla
Hwy., Pace
1st United Meth.Church of
Pace, 4540 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine, Pace
Bagdad United Methodist
Church, 4540 Forsyth St., Bag-


W 9izilti sPjt~zian. dwrczut
5203 Elmira Street
Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am

First United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

Worship Service @ 8:30,9:45 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
Youth Fellowship @ 5:00

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Come grow with us!'

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Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church ,
S Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday' crsh:p 6:30 pin ''*, '* .
Preschool Ali Sorvicoy '"
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dad
First United Methodist Church,
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
Jay United Methodist Church,
300 South Alabama St., Jay
Mae Edwards Memorial Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 5052 Mu-
lat Road, Milton
Pineview United Methodist
Church, 1400 Pineview Church
Rd., Jay
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, 4701 School
Ln., Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine Rd.,
Pace

Nazarene
New Faith Church of Naza-
rene, 4900 Berryhill Rd.,
(Berryhill School) 623-1717

Non-Denominational
Christian Life Church, 4401
Avalon Blvd., Milton
Church of the Living God,
3375 Garcon Pt., Milton
New Hope Community Church,
Locklin Tech, Berryhill, Mil-
ton
New Testament Church, 5277
Glover Lane, Milton
Shepherd House Minis-
tries, 5739 N. Stewart St.,
Milton
Word Alive Christian Church,
5707 Stewart St., Milton
West Milton Church of Christ,
5300 Highway 90, Pace

Pentecostal
Gospel Lighthouse Church,
10001 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace
United Pentecostal Church of
Berrydale, 7580 Hwy. 4, Jay

Pentecostal -
/ Holiness
Mount Zion Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church, 5532 Osceola St.,


Milton
Chumuckla Pentecostal Holi-
ness Church, 2841 Hwy. 182,
Jay
New Vision Worship Center,
5573 Stewart St. Milton
Roeville Holiness Church,
Munson Hwy., Milton
Cobbtown Holiness Church,
4700 Greenwood Road, (Hwy
164) Jay

Presbyterian PCA
Westminster Presbyterian
Church PCA, 6659 Park Avenue,
Milton

Presbyterian USA
First Presbyterian Church of
Milton, 5206 Elmira St., Mil-
ton
Pace Presbyterian Church,
4587 Woodhine Rd., Pace

Primitive Baptist
Bethlehem Primitive Bap-
tist Church, 5339 Zero Ln.,
Milton
Mount Zion Primitive Baptist
Church, 603 4th Av., Milton

Protestant
Milton SDA Church, 5288
Berryhill Rd., Milton

Seventh-Day
Adventist
Milton Seventh-Day Adventist
Church, 5288 Berryhill Rd.,
Milton

United Pentecostal
First Pentecostal Church of
Bagdad, 4636 Forsyth St.,
Bagdad

Vineyard
Bay Area Vineyard Church,
Milton Community Center,
5629 Byrom Street, Milton


Celebrate with us!

Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.

Christ l*i i '-. 'ACh: h
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John F. Edwards, Pastor



Bagdad Church Christ
4413 Garcon Point Rd.
Please join. us fot worsip at t et folowing tiunms:
Sunday Bible Classes / Worship: 10:OOAM/11:O0OAM
Sunday Evening Worship Services: 6:00PM
Wednesday Evening Bible Classes: 7:00PM
Ladies' Bible Class: Tuesday 10:30AM
www.bagdadCofC.org Office: 626-4554


PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA

4587 Woodbine Road 'L
Pace, FL 32571 : l
Ph.995-4553 '5)

Rev. Shuford White, Pastor


9:00am Sunday School 10:30 AM: Worship


Chumuckla United Methodist Church
Praise & Worship 9 am
Fellowship Cafe 9:45 am
Sunday School 10 am
Worship and Children's Church 11 am
Wednesday Night Supper 5:30 pm
Bible Study 6:30 pm
9475 Chumuckla Hwy. Jay, FL 32565
995-4261 or 994-0870


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


* Live band, contemporary music
* Exceptional children's & teen ministry
* Safe, clean nursery & preschool classes
* Small Groups & Seminars

Affiliation...
* Non-denominational & Bible based
* Purpose Driven
* A member of the Willow Creek Association

Where? 4310 North Spencerfield Rd. Pace 32571
When? 2 Great Services on Sunday at 9:30 am & 11:00 am


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Saturday, July 12, 2008 w w w. srpre s s gazette. com Page 1


Pace's Cook to join USA team

L GAMBLIN "Football has been my pas- opportunity. He has worked listed on the roster or gr
srpressgazette.com sion for 15 years and I am as hard for it and is very capable, a scholarship so now he
fresh as can be and ready to "I think Chris will take have his full four years
rmer Pace linebacker go." full advantage of this oppor- gibility at South Alabam;
Cook thought his chance Cook won't step on the field tunity." Since the players wi
ly college football was as a player for South Alabama Cook admitted there were play any games this upcc
however recently hired until 2009, when the Jaguars several factors involved in his season, the NCAA is g
rsitv of South Alabama will nlav a martial season of 71 -departure from Southern Miss student athletes six yea


three to five games.
In 2010 USA will play as a
member of Division I-AA and
start the transition to becoming
a member of the Sun Belt Con-
ference and an official Division
I football program in 2013.
For Cook, he is excited
about the opportunity that lies
ahead.
"That is the bestthing about
this, being someone who helps
start the program off," said
Cook. "Anybody else would
love the opportunity I have
and I will too.
"This is a good thing for
me to do and I can't express
how happy I am."
Mickey Lindsey, Cook's
high school head coach,


Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Former Pace linebacker Chris Cook signs a scholarship to
play football for the South Alabama Jaguars. Seated with
Cook at the signing are brother Heath, mom Mandy, and his
father Doug. Standing are Pace Assistant Coach Kent Smith,
Principal Frank Lay, and Head Coach Mickey Lindsey.


knows what the Jaguars have
gotten by signing Cook to a
scholarship.
"He is a good football play-
er," said Lindsey. "He is a heck
of a football player and is very
capable. I am so happy he got
this opportunity."
The 6-2, 219 pound line-


backer received numerous
awards in high school, but
didn't get very many scholar-
ship offers to play football af-
ter his senior season.
"Every, week Chris played
one way, full speed," recalled
Lindsey. "There is no doubt in
my mind that he deserves this


after spring drills this season,
but one of the biggest was the
coaching change as Larry Fe-
dora was named as the replace-
ment for coach Jeff Bower.
"I officially withdrew from
school due to family reasons,"
said Cook. "But it was a little
bit of everything involved in-
cluding the coaching change.
There was just a great deal of
stress. When Coach Bower
left everything, I had done was
gone and I felt like I was start-
ing over again.
"There, for awhile, I was so
down about football. You give
and give and give, but yet not
receive anything in return."
During his two years at
Southern Miss, Cook was not


Head Coach Joey Jones thinks
otherwise.
On Tuesday, the 2006 Pace
graduate signed a scholarship
to play for the Jaguars, as they
prepare to start their first foot-
ball season in 2009.
Cook, a two-time first team
All-State honoree at middle
linebacker, thought his days of
football were over after things
didn't work out at Southern
Mississippi after being given
preferred walk-on status.
"When they contacted me
and offered me a scholarship
I got so excited I almost got
sick'," said Cook. "I left South-
ern Miss feeling dejected after
putting out so much and not
getting; anything in return.


anted
e will
of eli-
a.
11 not
ming
giving
Lrs to


play four seasons.
Unofficially, there have
been reports of two other for-
mer Pace players, Eric and
Andy Dalgleish, moving to
play at South Alabama, but
nothing has been signed or
confirmed at this point.
So far the inaugural USA
football class has five signees
prior to Cook, they are San-
tuan McGee (running back),
Matt Saucier (quarterback),
Brentton Curl (linebacker),
and Taylor Noon (wide re-
ceiver).
Curl should be familiar to
some prep fans in Santa Rosa
County as he played at Pine
Forest High School in Pensa-
cola.


Golliner


purchased


by Angels

Press Gazette staff report

The Pensacola Pelicans announced
today that catcher David Golliner has
been purchased by the Anaheim Angels
of Los Angels. Golliner will report to
the single-A Cedar Rapids Colonels of
the Midwest League. He is the first
player from the Pelicans to be sold to a
MLB club this season.
Golliner, a Florida Southern Col-
lege graduate, appeared in only two
games since signing with the Pelicans
on July 5. As a senior for the Mocca-
sins, Golliner was voted Team MVP for
his .351 batting average and team high,
12 homeruns, and 51 RBI. As a junior,
he received NCAA South Regional All-
Tournament Team honors for the Mocs.
The Miami, resident becomes the
Pelicans nineteenth player to be pur-
chased by a MLB team. The last one
was catcher Joe Hulett, who signed with
the Texas Rangers in February.
The Pelicans also announced they
will be roosting at the Santa Rosa Sports
Complex July 13 to July O20 as they will
be the title sponsor of the 2008 USSSA
9AA-13AA World Series.
This is the first year the Pelicans will
sponsor the national tournament, which
will be held at the Santa Rosa Sports
Complex in Pace, FL, July 13-20. It is
expected that the event will usher in an
estimated 4,000 people from out of town
into the local Pensacola area economy.
All 130 plus teams are scheduled
to attend the Opening Ceremonies
which will take place at Pelican Park on
Sunday, July 13 at 3 p.m. Ceremonies
will include team introductions, guest
speakers, and a pin trading ceremony.
Following the ceremony, everyone is
encouraged to stay for the Pelicans
baseball game where the first 1,000
little leaguers in uniform will receive
a limited edition Pelicans World Series
Trading Pin.
"This is a great event for the Pensa-
cola area as the World Series is sched-
uled to bring in over 130 teams from
around the nation," said Pelicans Gener-
al Manager Talmadge Nunnari. "That's
roughly 4,000 people sleeping in hotels,
eating in restaurants, and spending
money in the local economy."
On Wednesday, July 16, Pelican
players will be conducting the skills
competition portion of the World Series
and winners will receive their awards at
the team social later that evening at the
Pelicans game.
"This has been a very successful
event the USSSA puts on every year for
youth baseball," adds Nunnari. "The
players and family will have a unique
experience this year of having their
opening ceremonies and social held at a
professional baseball stadium."
Announced earlier this week, the
American Association announced the
teams for the 2008 All-Star Game
scheduled for July 22 in St. Paul, MN.

See ANGELS B2


By BIL
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Photos by Bill Gamblin I Press Gazette
Lawrence Tynes holds a football during a kicking drill at the Milton All-Star Football Camp held this week at Milton High School.
Turning out to work with the campers were Tynes, who is the kicker for the Super Bowl Champion NY Giants, Cortland Finnegan,
.cornerback for the Tennessee Titans, and Brannon Condren, a safety with the Indianapolis Colts. Also appearing at the camp
were several former Panthers who have played in the NFL and Panthers who are preparing to play for various college teams.




NFL stars camp in Milton








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Above, Cortland
Finnegan, a former e
Milton grad who now
plays cornerback for
the Tennessee Titans,
works with a young
man on passing
drills and how to get
off the line of scrim-
mage.

At right, Brannon
Condren, a Tate
graduate and cur-
rently a safety with
the Indianapolis
Colts, watches defen-
sive drills during the
camp.
This camper shows off what he learned during instruction
with Tynes and the other coaches.


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Saturday, July 12, 2008


Page B2 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Snorts


PARA football registra-
tions: PARA will hold sign-
ups for the upcoming foot-
ball season on July 26 at
the Santa Rosa SportsPlex
Boardroom. You can regis-
ter your child from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
For more information,
visit them on the internet at
www.parayouthsports.com.

so*

Blackwater Saddle Club:
The Blackwater Saddle
Club will hold their month-
ly speed show July 12 at the
East Milton Recreational
Park Arena. Sign-ups start
at 2 p.m. with the show get-
ting underway at 3 p.m.
Six different classes will
participate in pole bending,
Texas barrel weave, Black-
water "T", barrel race, and
arena race.
The public is invited to
attend and you must have
your own horse to run
events.
For more information,
visit blackwatersaddleclub.
corn

*0@

East Milton Rummage Sale:
East Milton Youth Associa-
tion will hold a rummage
sale Saturday July 19 from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the East
Milton Gym.
EMYA is currently ac-
cepting donations for this
yard sale.
All proceeds will go to
EMYA for the kids.
For more information
or to make a donation call
723-7493.

*0@

PJC Tennis Camp: Tennis
Camps at PJC will be July
14 to July 18 at the Milton
campus.
Children can partici-
pate in the camps Monday
through Friday.
Ages 6-10 sessions will
be from 8:55 to 10:30 and
ages 11-15 from 10:30 to
12:05.
The cost of the camp is
$55 and will be directed by
coaches Rene Grifol, Brian
Maloy and Benny Russell.
Minimum class size is
six students.
For more information or
to register call 484-1797.

*0@

East Milton Youth Associa-
tion: A cheerleading coach
is needed for 11-12 year old
age group at East Milton
Youth Association. The in-
dividual must have cheer-
leading experience. Please
call 723-7493 if interested.

*90

Milton Junior Panther
Soccer Camp: Milton High
School will hold a Junior
Panther Soccer Camp July
14 through July 17. The


camp will run from 8:30
a.m. till 11:30 a.m. at the
high school and the cost to
register is $60 per camper
and $65 the day the camp
starts.
Campers will get a T-
shirt and lunch will be
provided. For more infor-
mation, call 983-5600 or
e-mail klugj@mail.santa-
rosa.kl2.fl.us.

*09

Pensacola Junior Col-
lege will be holding kids
athletic camps: PJC Volley-
ball Camp for Girls is 8:30
a.m. to noon July 14-17 at
the PJC Milton campus.
Cost is $85 per camper and
includes a camp T-shirt,
notebook and DVD of
campers doing drills. For
more information, contact
Coach Pete Pena at 484-
1344, ppena@pjc.edu.

*0O

EMYA Football registra-
tion: Football registration
at East Milton Youth Asso-
ciation is still ongoing. You
can register at East Milton
Park Aug. 4 to Aug. 8 from
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. or
on Saturday Aug. 9 from 8
a.m. to noon. The registra-
tion fee is $95.

*90

Championship Softball
Camp, for girls ages 7 to
girls entering 12th grade, is
8:30 a.m. to noon July 21-
24 at the PJC Softball Com-
plex on the Milton campus.
Cost is $80 per camper and
includes a camp T-shirt.
Campers must bring their
own gloves. For more in-
formation, contact Coach
Brenda Pena at 484-1332,
bpena@pjc.edu.
To register, contact the
individual coaches or call
484-1304.

***0

Milton Basketball Camp:
Registrations are being ac-
cepted for the Milton Pan-
ther Basketball Camp. The
camp will be July 21 to
July 25 from 3 p.m. to 6:45
p.m. for boys and girls ages
6 to 15. The Championship
level of the camp is $70 and
the All-Star level is $60.
All campers will get a T-
shirt, instruction, games,
and an ice cream party.
For more information
call Milton High School at
983-5600.

*00

Co-ed Softball Tourney:
The City of Milton will
host a co-ed softball tour-
nament July 26 at the Mil-
ton ball parks on Byrom St.
All teams interested in par-
ticipating must submit the
registration form and $150
fee by July 23. Forms can
be found at the community


center or will be e-mailed
upon request.
The tournament sched-
ule will be announced
based on the number of
teams registering.
For a complete list of
rules or for more informa-
tion, call 983-5466, ext.
202.

***000

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa
Summer Camp: Futbol Club
of Santa Rosa Soccer
Summer Camp Director of
Coaching Louie Sahin will
be holding two summer
camp sessions. The dates
are: July 28 through 31 ses-
sion, U8-12 from 8 a.m. to
10:30 a.m. and U13-U18
from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The cost of the sessions
is $100.00, registration
forms and further infor-
mation are available at the
FCSR office and www.fc-
santarosa.com.

***

Milton Take Down Club:
Youth wrestling instruc-
tion is being held every
Monday and Thursday at
Milton High School from 6
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. under the
direction of four-time na-
tional champion Rob Haze-
winkle. Hazewinkle com-
piled a record of 125-19 for
his career. For more infor-
mation, call 450-2434 or
e-mail pantherwrestling@
mchsi.com

***0

Milton seeks players for
youth sports: The City of
Milton Parks and Recre-
ation invites all children
grades K-8 to participate in
youth sports this summer.
You can register your
child for football Monday
through Friday from noon
to 8 p.m. at the Milton
Community Center.
Football season starts
August 1. The fee is $95 if
your child needs a jersey or
$75 if the player has a jer-
sey that fits and is in good
condition.
For more information
call 983-5466, ext. 209.

*0@

Bowling Camp: Oops Al-
ley is hosting bowling
camps the week of July 28
to Aug. 1, Aug. 4 through
Aug. 8, and Aug. 11 to Aug.
15 for children ages seven
to 13.
Each weekly session
includes instruction by a
USBC Certified Coach,
video presentations and on-
lane training, personally
fitted bowling ball, bowl-
ing ball bag, daily lunch,
and certificate of comple-
tion.
Camp begins at 9 a.m.
and ends at noon each day.
For more information, call
324-7773


00***

Pace Patriot Football Camp:
Pace High School will hold
its 14th annual football
camp July 29 through 31 at
Pace High School.
The camp is for boys
ages seven to 14 and the fee
is $75 each.
Your fee includes in-
struction, t-shirt, and lunch
on the final day of camp.
There will be several
former Patriots on hand as
special guests to assist with
the camp.
For more information call
995-3600 or 994-8653.

***00

East Milton Soccer: Soccer
registration at East Milton
Youth Association will be-
gin Aug. 12 from 5 p.m. to
7 p.m. and Aug. 11 from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. for kids ages
four and a half to 17. Reg-
istration fee is $68 and in-
cludes uniform.
Volunteers are also need-
ed for coaching, refereeing,
concession stand workers,
and more. Call 983-9705
for more information.

*** '

Open mat wrestling: Any
individual who would like
to take advantage of an
open mat for wrestling can
do so at Milton High School
every Tuesday from 6 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. You must have
an AAU or USA wrestling
card.

***00

Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends of the Pace Library
will be raffling off various
sports items to add a chil-
dren's activity room to the
Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley Mill-
saps signed hat and picture,
Danny Wuerffel signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
Soccer Director Needed:
The East Milton Youth As-
sociation is looking for a
qualified soccer director.
Qualified people in-
terested should inquire
at www.eastmiltonyouth-
sports.com.


More activities can be
found at www.srpressga-
zette.comn. Look for the box
called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


SPORTSSideline


Monday Night
Mixed Summer
Oops Alley
June 30
High Game Men: Chuck Hitch-
cock 256
High Game Women: Jennifer
Gibbs-222
High Game Team: Here Comes
Trouble -810
High Series Men: Chuck Hitch-
cock 679
High Series Women: Jennifer
Gibbs -561
High Series Team: Here Comes
Trouble 2332
Overall League Standings: 1.
Can't Figure Out 23-19,
2. Here Comes Trouble
21-11, 3. Damn 10 Pin
21-11, 4. New Recruits
20-12, 5. Sleepers 17-
15, 6. Ball Busters 17-15,
7. Dirt Doctor 17-15, 8.
We Wuz Robbed 16-16,
9. Opps My Bad 16-16,
10. Jim's Crew 16-16, 11.
Fun Bunch 15.5-16.5, 12.
Strike Force 15-17, 13.
Strike Force II 14.5-17.5,
14. Pin Action 14-18, 15.
Split Happens 13.5-187.5,
16. Super Friends 13.5-
18.5, 17. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S.
13-19, 18. Aaron's Dream
Team 12-20, 19. Oops Al-
ley Pro Shop 11-21, 20.
Dave's Gang 10-27.

Tuesday Night
Summer Mixed
Whiting Field
July 1
High Game Men: Mario Ban-
tique 221
High Game Women: Wendy
Chambers 214
High Game Team: Wowoee -
943
High Series Men: Mario Ban-
tique n/s
High Series Women: Lillian
Bantique 498
High Series Team: Wowoee -
2026
Overall League Standings: 1.
Lucky Seven 21-7, 2. Alley
Kats 16-12, 3. Split Hap-
pens 15-13, 4. Got Balls
15-13, 5. MWR Gang 14-
14, 6. Back in the Day 14-
14,7. WoWoee 11-17,8.
Ghost Team 6-22.


TNICL Mixed Summer
Oops Alley
July I
High Game Men: Bob Smith -
266
High Game Women: Lia Rigby
-199
High Game Team: Pocket Pro


Shop 662
High Series Men: Bob Smith
-624
High Series Women: Brenda
Gilley 534
High Series Team: Pocket Pro
Shop- 1882
Overall League Standings: 1.
Peanut Butter Jelly Sand-
wich 18-10, 2. Pocket Pro
Shop 17-11, 3. Hand to
Hand Combat 17-11, 4.
Strike Force 11-17, 5. Al-
ley Katz 11-17, 6. King
Pins 10-18.

Alley Cats Summer
League
Oops Alley
July 2
High Scratch Game: Brenda
Gilley 186
High Scratch Series: Brenda
Gilley- 498
High Scratch Team: Shady
Cats 468
High Handicapped Game: Des-
ma Failing 235
High Handicapped Series: Des-
ma Failing 669
High Handicapped Team: Bon-
zai Bowlers 1840
Overall League Standings: 1
Shady Cats 17-3, 2. Three
Musketeers 17-3, 3. Bonzai
Bowlers 10-10, 4. Cutie
Pies 9-11, 5. Back Alley
Cats 6-14, 6. Bye 1-19.
League Notes: We have
openings in the league,
call 623-6807 for informa-
tion.

Twilighters
Mixed Summer
Avalon Bowling Center
July 3
High Game Men: Bob Kuzirian
-258
High Game Women: Tanya
McAteer 201
High Game Team: M and J's -
775
High Series Men: Bob Veit -
705
High Series Women: Tonya
McAteer 495
High Series Team: Damn 10
Pin- 2195
Overall League Standings: 1.
Trouble Again 20-12, 2. M
& J's 20-12,. 3. U-Bang-E
20-12,4. YeeHaw 19-13,
5. It's Knot Over Yet 18-
14, 6. OK Fine Whatever
18-14, 7. The Ball Busters
18-14, 8. Srike Force No.
3 16-16, 9. Who Cares
15-17, 10. Split Happens
15-17, 11. Cabbies 12-20,
12.Damn 10 Pin 12-20,
13. Lab Rats 12-20, 14.
We Wuz Robbed 9-23.


East Bay Pensacola Navarre BlacKwater .- ---
Sunday, July 13, 2008 Sunday, July 13, 2008 Sunday, July 13, 2008 Sunday, July 13, 2008
1:47 AM Moon set 1:49 AM Moon set 1:47 AM Moon set 1 :47 AM Moon set
5:55 AM Sun rise 5:56 AM Sun rise 5:17 AM 1.52 Feet 5:55 AM Sun rise
8:11 AM 1.92 Feet 7:27 AM 1.60 Feet 5:55 AM Sun rise 9:07 AM 1.92 Feet
4:24 PM Moon rise 4:25 PM Moon rise 4:23 PM Moon rise 4:25 PM Moon rise t-
7:52 PM Sun set 7:10PM 0.18 Feet 5:22PM 0.12 Feet 7:53 PM Sun set
8:27 PM -0.21 Feet 7:53 PM Sun set 7:51 PM Sun set 8:57 PM -0.21 Feet


Monday, July 14, 2008
2:29 AM Moon set
5:55 AM Sun rise
9:02 AM 1.99 Feet
5:19 PM Moon rise
7:51 PM Sun set
9:22 PM -0.28 Feet
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
3:17 AM Moon set
5:56 AM Sun rise
9:55 AM 2.06 Feet
6:11 PM Moon rise
7:51 PM Sun set
10:10PM -0.36Feet
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
4:09 AM Moon set
5:57 AM Sun rise
10:44 AM 2.12 Feet
6:59 PM Moon rise
7:51 PM Sun set
10:50 PM -0.41 Feet


Monday, July 14,2008
2:31 AM Moon set
5:57 AM Sun rise
8:18 AM 1.65 Feet
5:20 PM Moon rise
7:53 PM Sun set
8:05 PM -0.24 Feet
Tuesday. July 15, 2008
3:18 AM Moon set
5:57 AM Sun rise
9:11 AM 1.71 Feet
6:12 PM Moon rise
7:52 PM Sun set
8:53 PM -0.30 Feet
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
4:11 AM Moon set
5:58 AM Sun rise
10:00AM 1.77 Feet
7:00 PM Moon rise
7:52 PM Sun set
9:33 PM -0.34 Feel


Monday, July 14, 2008
2:29 AM Moon set
5:55 AM Sun rise
605 AM 1.57 Feet
5:18 PM Moon rise
5:56 PM -0.19 Feet
7:51 PM Sun set
Tuesday, July 15. 2008
3:17 AM Moon set
5:56 AM Sun rise
6:55 AM 1.60 Feet
6:11 PM Moon rise
6:32 PM -0.23 Feet
7:51 PM Sun set
Wednesday. July 16, 2008
4:09 AM Moon set
5:57 AM Sun rise
7:42 AM 1.62 Feet
6:59 PI'M Moon rise
7:06 PI'M -0.23 Feet
7:50 PI'M Siun set


Monday, July 14, 2008
2:29 AM Moon set
5:56 AM Sun rise
9:58 AM 1.99 Feet
5:20 PM Moon rise
7:52 PM Sun set
9:52 PM -0.28 Feet
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
3:17 AM Moon set
5:56 AM Sun rise
10:51 AM 2.06 Feet
6:12 PM Moon rise
7:52 PM Sun set
10:40 PM -0.36 Feet
Wednesday, July 16. 2008
4:09 AM Moon set
5:57 AM Sun rise
I1:40 AM 2.12 Feet
7:00 PM Moon rise
7:52 PM Sun set
11:20 PM -0.41 Feet


ANGELS from page BI


Rafael Alvarez, Donny Lang-
don, and Brandon Sing will
represent the Pelicans on the
South Division team. Alva-
rez and Sing will hold down
starting positions in the out-
field and at first base respec-
tively, while Langdon was
chosen as one of eight pitch-
ers to lockdown the South
Division's bullpen.
In 54 games with the Peli-
cans, Brandon Sing is tied
for the league lead in homer-
uns (13) and leads the league
in slugging percentage with
an impressive .583. He has
also been selected by PA-
Sportsticker as the B45 May
Batter of the Month and been
named Player of the Week
twice this season.


Through the midway
point of the season, Alva-
rez is batting .281 with nine
homeruns, 14 doubles, and
28 runs batted in. He is sec-
ond on the team in doubles,
homeruns, and runs batted
in.
Since joining the team in
mid-May, Langdon has been
outstanding coming in out of
the bullpen. He has posted a
1-1 record with a 1.98 ERA
and three saves in 27.1 in-
nings. Langdon has been
very effective in short relief,
allowing opponents to hit
just .245 off him.
Former Pelican J.D. Rein-
inger, now playing for the El
Paso Diablos, was selected
as an outfielder.


Hooking big red

Angler Ty Kirch-
harr caught a
22-inch red fish
off the dock
of his Grand
and G-daddy's
house on Peter-
son Point. Ty is
a student at S.S.
.. Dixon Primary
school and has
been spending
a great deal of
his time fishing.
Joining him
is his brother
_UAJaxson. Ty is
the son of Mark
and Kellum
Kirchharr.
Submitted
Photo


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Tuesday, July 29, 2008
9 a.mn. 1 p.m. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m.
Milton High School Auditorium


During this day you will be introduced to many of the faculty you will be involved with
during your career at Milton High School. Discussion will be held about the-many activi-
ties offered at MHS and you will be given the chance to make new friends and take a
tour of the campus to help ease those first day jitters.

Parents are welcome to attend a meeting with MHS administration and guidance person-
nel and then join their student for lunch.

Cost of the day will be $20 for students, which includes a Class of 2012 t-shirt and a
Chick-Fil-A box lunch. Boxed lunches for parents are available to pre-order for $5.00.
Parents may also order t-shirts for $10.

A letter is being mailed to all registered incoming 9th graders. Please return the registra-
tion form and fee NO LATER THAN WED. JULY 23RD. You may also pick up a copy of
the letter and the registration form in the main office at Milton High School.


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Juiy 21- aug 7
12-3 p.m. MnmoA Fridas
Try-outs ae Mot. oan Tues.
aug. 11-12
V/arsity/JV oat 2 p.m.
9t grade oat 4 p.m.


1 st anu4 m4S Jr. ?atr
Soe Camp


July 14-17
8:30- 11:30o at
the soeer field
Open to girls and
boys ages 7-11
(u0m.t 1 to E grcrs)
$50.00 per kidu


Student's from Mrs. Willis' Marine Seienre11 passes again
assisted avalcn MiddLe Sehoo's sixtk graders witk tkir second
annuallwlo waterDay in lLpriL Students yMtedthtougktenm
stations learning all about water. Tey tkreiw cast nets, puffed
seine nets, completed water quality tests and even. khaud their t
daily useage of water out of the river.












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F Baseball player Ryne Jernigani MS Class of 2004. Ryne was drafted by the Oakland As in
the 0th round. He is currently playing Kookie League in Vancouver Canada.


Pictured with Ryne are Priana Willis Paughter of MHS Teacher Angie Willis and
Justin Raley son of MHS Teacher and Coach Puane Raley.


M44S student andmew Rarberi (on left)


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SImportant Phone
SImportant Phone


Numbers for MHS

Main Office: 983.5600;
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983.5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans. Machine-983-5658;
Band: 983.5611
Football: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at www.santarosa.kI2.fl.us/nihs/


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whole by the individual educational facili-
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content. They provide disks with the writ-
ten copy, and the scanned photos each
week. The Press Gazette is not responsible
for the content.


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Saturday, July 12, 2008


July 12
NASCAR Performance SPEED @ 11:30 a.m.
NASCAR in a Hurry SPEED @ noon
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! TNT @ 5:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Countdown to Green TNT @ 6:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series LifeLock.com 400 TNT @ 7 p.m.
July 13
NASCAR Victory Lahe SPEED @ 7 p.m.
July 18
Racing Across America SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Racing Across America SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Final Practice SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
Nationwide Series Practice ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
July 19
Craftsman Truck Series Keystone Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 3 p.m.
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Midyear Review SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Setup SPEED @ 5 p.m.
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July 27 July 19 July 19
Indianapolis Madison, III. Sparta, Ky.
Allstate Dodge Dealers Ford Tough
400 250 225


Is DEI up for sale?


Tuesday, Dale Earihardt
Inc. president Max Siegel
refuted reports that compa-
ny owner Teresa Earnhardt
had commissioned invest-
ment banking firm Bear,
Stearns,; and Co., Inc., to
locate a buyer or financial
investment partner.
"We are contacted all the
time by outside firms about
getting involved in the sport.
We are not 'for sale right
now. Nothing is imminent.
Are we constantly weighing
that as an option? Does that
make sense? Quite frankly,
we don't know," said Siegel.
"Every team is looking for a


way to bring in appropriate
resources."*
Siegel is one of the possi-
ble buyers according to
some reports.
Teresa Earnhardt report-
edly has agreed to walk
away for the right price,
which is between $115-
$130 million.
She is only selling the
DEI race teams, shops, real
estate, and the DEI head-
quarters in Mooresville, N.C.
Teresa Earnhardt would
retain all 'Dale Earrihardt'
and 'Intimidator' rigths and
merchandise sales according
to reports.


Penalty hurts Truex hopes


Martin Truex, Jr. could
have been eliminated from the
Chase for the Sprint Cup.
Tuesday, NASCAR fined
the team 150 driver and owner
points, while also suspending
crew chief Kevin 'Bono'
Manion and car chief Gary
Putman for the next six races.
At Daytona, Truex, Jr.'s
No. 1 Bass Pro Shops Chevy
Impala SS did not fit the roof


template according to
NASCAR officials who con-
fiscated the car.
Manion was also fined
$100,000 by NASCAR.
The penalty dropped
Truex, Jr., four spots in the-
standings from 14th to 18th as
he is now 238 points out of the
pivotal 12th spot in driver
points to qualify for the Chase
for the Sprint Cup.


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Driver: Sam Hornish, Jr.
Owner:, Roger Penske
Points: 1,370
Points out of 34th: 12
Points ahead of 36th: 70
Place Owner
33 Teresa Earnhardt
34 Rob Kauffman
35 Roger Penske
36 Joe Custer
37 Dietrich Masteschiltz
- 38 Jeffery Moorad


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TOYOTA 115

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Sam Hornish Jr.
Driver Points
Regan Smith 1,436
Michael McDowell 1,382
Sam Hornish, Jr. 1,370
Scott Riggs 1,300
A.J. Allmendinger 1,170
JJ.Yeley 1,165


Photo courtesy of NASCAR
Tony Stewart gets strapped into his No. 20 Home Depot Toyota prior to a race earlier this season.



Sweet Home Chicago



Will Tony get his first win in Joliet?


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

So what is ailing Tony
Stewart?
Nothing except the flu that
forced him out of his No. 20
Home. Depot Toyota during
the Coke Zero 400.
Despite being winless this
season, Stewart is looking at
part of the Sprint Cup Series
Schedule most drivers fear,
except for him.
If Stewart continues the
trend he started when the
series expanded to 36 races in
2001, Tony should earn at
least one win during the mid-
dle 12 races of the schedule.
One season during the
stretch of 12 races where the
tracks are their worse due to
the heat, Stewart posted five
wins.
"It's not like we are not
running well, because we
Share said Stewart. "We've
just had some circumstances


Track


Facts


OLifeLock.com




2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Casey Mears 182.556
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Tony Stewart 134.258
Track Qualifying Record
Todd Bodine- 183.717 m.p.h.
(2001)
Track Race Record
Kevin Harvick 136.832 m.p.h.
(2002)


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After Coke Zero 400
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
3. Jeff Burton
4. Carl Edwards
5. Jimmie Johnson
6. Jeff Gordon
7. Denny Hamlin
8. Kasey Kahne
9. Matt Kenseth
10. Clint Bowyer


Behind
Leader
-182
-202
-249
-367
-437
-446
-509
-520


that haven't gone our way.
You'll have that. We tend to
be a late-blooming team any-
how.
"We plan on doing the
same thing we do every
week. We're not changing our
approach. Every week our
goal is to win the race, and
that's not going to change."
Stewart just missed out on
a win at New Hampshire
when many felt he had a
dominant car, but a pit stop
and subsequent rain storm
relegated the Indiana native
to 13th.
That goal of winning
seemed to be a little easier for
Stewart during the middle
part of the season.
Statistically, during the 90
tmid-season races since 2001,
Stewart has 15 wins, 37 top
fives and 51 top 10's.
Ironically, Stewart only
has 17 wins in the other 248
races.
Another factor that could


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be pushing the fiery Stewart
is the fact only two points
separate him and Kevin
Harvick in the standings.
Is there something person-
al between the two friends?
Not really.
The key right now is that
Stewart is 12th in driver
points, which is the final spot
to make the Chase for the
Sprint Cup.
Harvick would like to be
in that position as much as the
other 30 drivers who are out-
side the top 12 as he is.
Stewart is the defending
race champion and is one of
only two drivers to have mul-
tiple wins on the D-shaped
oval in Joliet, Ill. The other
driver happens to be Harvick.
"We always seem to run.
well at Chicago," said
Stewart. "We're cautiously
optimistic that we're going to
run well."
If there is one thing Tony
might have going for him this


season it is the fact that
Toyota has been the hot car as
they lead the 2008
Manufactures Championship
Points Standings over
Chevrolet 115-99.
Most of those points have
come thanks to Joe Gibbs
Racing and Stewart's team-
mate Kyle Busch, who posted
his sixth win of the year last
Saturday at Daytona.
With Busch winning one-
third of the races so far this
season he joins some very
elite company that could ulti-
mately lead the Las Vegas
driver to his first Sprint Cup
title and fourth for JGR.
In NASCAR Sprint Cup
history, 20 drivers have won
six or more races through the
first 18 events and, 14 of them
have gone on to win the series
championship. Bill, Elliott
holds the record for the most
win after 18 races, with nine.
He won two more the rest of
the season.


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Turn 1
240


Frontstretch: 2,332 feet / 110


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Nationwide

After Winn-Dixie 250


Driver
Clint Bowyer
Brad Keselowski
Carl Edwards
David Reutimann
David Regan'
Mike Bliss
Kyle Busch
Mike Wallace
David Stremme


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Behind
Leader
-202
-218
-226
-325
-341
-376
-541
-583
-657


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2. Matt Crafton
.3. Todd Bodine
4. Johnny Benson
5. Rick Crawford
6. Mike Skinner
7. Erik Darnell.
8. Jack Sprague
9. Terry Cook
10. Chad McCumbee


Behind
Leader
-27
-54
-56
-74
-113
-137
-164
-189
-228


After Cayuga ARCA 250
Driver. Behind
1. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Leader
2. Scott Speed -130
3. Matt Carter -150
4. Frank Kimmel -175
5. John Wes Townley -290
6. Justin Allgaier -330
7. Tom Hessert III -370
8. Tayler Malsam -405 0
9. Patrick Sheltra -420
10. Dexter Bean -445


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claiming an interest by through PROFESSIONAL DESIGN
under or against the Defenc(- SERVICES
ants, who are not known to beO
dead or alive, and all parties YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
having or claiming to havose any that the School District of Santa
right, titles or interest in the Rosa County, Florida, herein re-
property described in the mort- ferred to as the Board,' pursu-
gage being foreclosed herein, uant to Florida low, is soliciting
letters of-interest from qualified
YOU ARE 'HEREBY NOTIFIED Florida registered architectural
that an action to foreclose a firms to provide design ond cn-
mortgage on the following prop- struction supervision services r
erty: the following projects:
Group One:
UNIT F, BUILDING 1, 1. Pace igh School new Me-
BREEZY POINT CONDO- dia Center, renovate old Media
MINIUM PHASE 1 A center and expand/remodel
CONDOMINIUM AC- kitchen/dinind area
CORDING TO Td E DECLA- 2. Pea Ridoelementar Class.
RATION OF CONDOMIN- room Addition .
IUM AS RECORDED IN OF- Group Two:
FICIAL RECORDS BOOK 3. Holley-Navarre Intermediate
725, PAGE 705s AND ALL' classroom addition
ITS ATTACHMEnTS AND 4. Navarre High School Class.
AMENDMENTS THERETO, room addition
ALL IN THE PUBUC REC- Group Three:
ORDS OF FLORIDA, TO- 5. Gulf Breeze High School re-
GETHER WITH AN UNDI- source room expansion
VIDED INTEREST IN THE 6. Gulf Breeze Middle School
COMMON ELEMENTS AP- new classrooms & relocate
PURTENANT THERETO. roadway and provide second.
ary egress in building 5
has been filed against you and 7 Rhodes ElementorPclassroom
you are required to serve a addition
copy of your written defenses if A firm's capability to produce
an to it on DAVID J. STERN, construction documents ready to
ES. Plaintiff's attOorney whose bid with 120-doys d of
address is 900 South Pine Is- notice-to-proceed will be a fac-
land Road #400, Plantation, FL tor in the selection process. It is
33324-3920 on or before July intended that no more than one
31, 2008, (no later than 30 of the listed project groups will
dvys from the date of the first be awarded to one firm to in.
publication of this notice of ac- sure that the 120-day delivery
lion) and file the original with time con be met on all projects.
the clerk of this cour either be-hGroup I will-go to the firm
fore service on Plaintiff's attor- ranked highest, Gropup 2 to the
ney or immediately thereafter; second highest and Group 3 to
otherwise a default will be en- the third highest ranked firm as-
,tered against you for the relief suming successful negotiations
*dmaned in fhe complaint or after the ranking. However, the
petition filed herein, board reserves the right to
award projects individually, in
WITNESS my hand and the seal grous, or .all to the firms) that
of this Court at SANTA ROSA has the ability to produce work-
Couny, Florida, this 18 day of ing plans and specifications
June, '008.o ready to bid within 120-days of
notice to proceed.
MARY M. JOHNSON All qualified architects inier-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ested in submitting a letter of in-
COURT terest may examine current con-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL tract documents available in the
BY: Brand Norris office of the Assistant Superin-
DEPUTY C LERK tendent for Administration,
6544 Firehouse Road, Milton
LAW OFFICES' OF DAVID J. Florida 32570, Phone (850)
STERN 983-5123. Do not survey
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF school sites without the Assistant
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND Superintendent for Administra-
ROAD SUITE 400 tive Services permission. To be
PLANTATION FL 33324.3920 considered, fetters of interest
08-42031 AkCF must be received on or before
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE Monday July 14, 2008, at
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- 11-:00 a.m., local time at the
TIES ACT, persons with above address, and be clearly
disabilities needing a special labeled in the lower left-hand
accommodation should contact corner of the envelope, "Letter
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at of Interest Architectural Ser-
the SANTA ROSA County vices for Various Schools. Com-
Courthouse at etitive selection and negotia-
1 -800-955-8771 TODDI or lion will be made in accord ance
1-800-955-8770, via Florida with the Florida law F.S.
Relay Service. 287.055. Provide one original
and five copies of your pro-
062808 pasol with the letter of interest.
070508 All proposing firms are to make
6/695 a 20minute presentation on
Thursday July 17, 2008, be.
___________________ ginning at 8:00 a.m., and will


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p.. .i ... i- .- i:..' DENDALE SUBDIVISION A
proposals are received. SUBDIVISION ACCORDING
Professional liability insurance is TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
required. RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
The School District of Santa D PAGE 28 OF THE PUB-
Rosa County, Florida, reserves LIC RECORDS OF SANTA
the right to accept or reject any ROSA, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
or all proposals in completely or
in part, to waive all informali- Any person claiming an interest
ties, and to cancel unfunded in Ihe surplus from-the sale, it
arojecls, any.. oher than,.e roertt
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SANTA owner s o the dale oL his
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA oegdetsmsttileoaclim
BY: John W Rogers, Superin- within 60 days oatter the sale
tendent of School
tendent of Schoo Dated this 24 day of June,
062808 2008.
07050s


071208 Mary M. Johnson
6/698 Clerk of the Circuit Court
aT UT T CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
________________By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
Legal 6/713 THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ST PA. AORNEY FOR
THE IST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 900 South Pine Island Road
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA Suite 400
COUNTYFLORIADA T Plantation, FL 33324-3920
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DIVISION 07-18725|CWF)
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U.S BAK NTIOAL SSO IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
BANKN NA NFLASS- AMERICANS WITH DISABILI
CIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR THE TIES ACT, persons with
CERTIFICATEOLDERS disabilities needing a special
CITIGROUP MORTGAGE accommodation should contact
LOAN TRUST INC.. COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
AS5E T-BA CK ED the SANTA ROSA County
PASS-HROUGH CERTIFICATES Courthouseat 1-800.955-8771
SERIES 2007-AMC1, TDD1 or 1-800-955-8770, via
PLAINTIFF, Forida Relay Service.
VS. 062808
AUDREY WIENECKE UN 07138
KNOWN SPOUSE OF AUDREY
WIENECKE IF ANY; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES Legal 7/727
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
UNDER AND AGAINST TH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HEREINT NAMED INDIVIDUAL THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE N AND FOR SANTA ROSA
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD COUNTY FLORIDA
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN CIVIL DIVISION
KNOW PARTIES MAY CLAIM CASE NO.: 07-000714 CA
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, JP MORGAN CHASE BANK,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, N.A.,
GREGORY NEFF; PATRICIA Plaitiff,
NEFF; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- vs.
ANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS JERRY D. SUTTON: PAULA K.


'N CE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated 6-23,
2008 entered in Civil Case No.
07-1427CA of the Circuit Court
of the 1 ST Judicial Circuit in
and for SANTA ROSA County,
MILTON, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at THE NORTH FRONT
STEPS OF THE COURTHOUSE
at the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse located at 6865
CAROLINE STREET in MILTON
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 5
day of August 2008 the follow-
ing describe ed property as set
forth in said ummory Final
Judgment, to-wit:
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Motion to Reset Foreclsure
Sale dated June 26 2008 en-
tered in Civil Case No.
08-73-CA of the Circuit Court of
the 1 ST Judicial Circuit in and
for SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
MILTON, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash'at NORTH FRONT STEPS
OF THE COURTHOUSE of the
SANTA ROSA County Court-
house 6865 CAROLINE
STREEt, MILTON, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 30 day of
July 2008 the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Summary inal Judgment,
ta-wit:
LOT 1, BLOCK E, WHISPER
BAY TH ADDION, BE-
ING A PORTION OF SEC-
TION 25 TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH, RANGE 29 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FLORIDA ACCORDING TW
THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 69
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
n eon claiming on interest
in he surplus from Ih sale, it
any, other than the property
oner as rt bh date of t

MARY M JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse ot
1.800-955-8771 )TDD a o,
1-800-955.8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
070508
071208
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AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
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CASE NO:
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DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
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JOSEPH C. SANDERS, ET AL.,
DEFENDANTSS.

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JOHN D. ROCHE, 'UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF' JOHN
D. ROCHE IF ANY; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
UNDER, AND AGAINST T-HE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
(NOWiR PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEE
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; MAR-
THA L. ROCHE WACHOVIA
BANK, t i -IOHN DOE AND
JANE *. I -S UNKNOWN
TENANi. iii POSSESSION
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Lo 0Black C, Woodlbine [nLal 1he administration at the estate
Lot 20, Block C, Woodbine of FRANK PAUL KUTINAC, SR.,
Springs Plantation, bein a po r- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF deceased File Number
tion o Section 6 and 1 Town THE 1st JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 08-CF-15, is pendina in the
ship I North Range 2 West, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA Circuit Court forSanta Rosa
Santa Rosa iouonty, .Florida, ac- COUNTY FLORIDA Count Florida, Probate Divi-
j .j, plot recorded in Plot Case No.a 08-1307-DR sion, re address of which is
5- :- age 16 and 168 of Division: E Post Office Box 472, Milton, FL
the public records 8f said 32572. The names and ad-
county.. CAROL MARTEL, dresses of the personal repro.
P l'prK'i Petitioner sentotive and the personal
Personal Property representative's attorney are set
aH, j nd forth below.
All rents and other revenues nforbelow.
thereof and all rights (including UNKNOWN, All creditors of the decedent
riparian rights), privileges, ease-. Respondent and other persons having claims
ments, tenements, interests, im- o demands against decedent's
provemeuntsand appurtenances AMEDED N C- tte cug nmatured

e s Np E D N 11aes atki cl dinnuad-re
hereunto bel ongoing or in any- I Rb iU DTY continent or unliquidated
wise appertaining, including gc otng wo co o fO O CO AtC i
any titleand easements and aT TO- Unknown i is served must o of their
rhtstitle and interest owned ect' last known ad noticedis serv ust til hei
pr emig Do b ? real pespon entoso las 5 kn ow n e claims with the Court WITHIN
by Bob M. Poore in and to all dress: Unknown THE LATER OiF 3 MONTHS AF-
buildings and improvements TE THE DATE OF THE FIRSTf
storm and screen windows and YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on ac- T EPUBLICATION OF THIS N-
doors.dgas steam, electric, so- tion has been filed against ou TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
lor an her heating, lighting, and that you are require to DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
ventiloting, air-condiioning, re serve a copy of your.wnitten de OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
frigeroting and cooking appo- fenses if any to it on CAROL
rnoun elevators, plumbing, MART'L, wtiose address is All other creditors of the dece-
sprlin soe, fire, and in 5065 EastI Lake Rd Milton F lo dent and other persons having
r u ion dtection devices, and 32583 on or before Au. 4, claims or demands against
other equipment and fixtures at- 2008, and file the originarwith decedent's estate, including un-
tached or i .:- d the clerk of this Court at Santa matured, contingent or un iqui-
deemed to : real propery. s be Rosa Courthouse, Family Law dated claims, must file their
dee d 6 be r pe Division Room 6865 Caroline claims with this court WITHIN 3
Street, Room 111, Milton, Flor- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
pursuant to the Summary Final ida 32570, before service on THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Judgment in Foreclosure entered Petitioner or immediately there- THIS NOTICE.
in a case pending in said Court, after. If you fail to do so, a
the style of which is default may be entered AL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
Bgainat yo g for e, re ies IWILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
BANK OF PENSACOLA, emandd in the petition.
Plaintiff, Copies atoll court documents in The date of first publication of
naintitt. Coh~pi~es falcutdcmns this Notice is July 5, 2008.
this case, including orders, are
vs. available at the Clerk of the Cir- /s/ Steve M. Watkins, III
N. ORE D individua*lly cxit Court's office. You may re. Steve M. Watkins, III
JANICE N vORE individually. view these documents upon re- Attorney for Personal Represent.
and as the Personal Representa- quest. adve
tive of the Estate of Bob M. 2 t5 Delta Court
Poore GREGORY R.POORE; You must keep the Clerk of the Tallahassee FL 32303
PEOPLES FIRST COMMUNITY Circuit Court's office notified of |850i 523-6550
BANK- WOODBINE SPRINGS orx icrent address. lYoumay I"Bar No 0794996
PLAN IATION HOMEOWNERS ?le Notice of Current Address,
ASSOCIATION, INC..; UNITED Florida Supreme Court Ap- /sKathleen M. Kloper
STATES OF AMERICA, DEPART roved Family Law Form KATHLEEN M. KLAPER
MENTw OFl TREASURY Future papers in this Personal Representative
NAL REVENUE SERVICE, and chose mil be male to the ad-
STATE OF FLORIDA DOpART dress an record at the Clerk's 070508
MENT OF REVENUE, office. 071208
Defendants.nv
Defendants. ,WARNING: Rule 12.285 Flor- 7173
and the docket number of which ida Family Law Rules of Oroce-
is 2008 CA 000112. dure, requires certain automatic________________
disclosure of documents and in-
Any person claiming an ninerest formation. Failure to comply can Legal 7/735
inl surplus tm h sale, it result in sanctions, including dis-
any h ater than the ropenty missal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
owner as of the dote th"e iis
pendens must tile a claim with Dated: July 1, 2008 NOTICE IS HEREBY given that
the clerk ot the court within 60 pursuant to a Writ of-Execution
days after the sale. MARY M. JOHNSON issued in County Court, of
Clerk of th..- :..-i .:.urt Santa Rosa County, Florida on
In accordance with the AMERI- CIRCUIT C-."it.i -I- the 20th day of March, 2d08
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, By: Brenda Lambrisky in the cause wherein EASt
persons needing a special oc- Deputy Clerk COAST RECOVERY INC. was
commodation to participate in Ilaintiff and EDITH J. TRAvi-
this proceeding should contact 070508 MELL, was defendant, being
the undersigned not later than 071208 Case No. 57-07-CC-1540 in
seven days prior to the pro- 071908 said Court, I, Wendell Hall As
ceeding to ensure that reasona- 072608 Sheriff of Santa Rosa County,
ble accommodations are availa- 7/731 Florida, have levied upon all the


ble.
NITNESS my hand and the offi
:ioi seal albtis Honorable Court
this 26 day of June, 2008.
WARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ByJ. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
MELISSA HOLLEY PAINTER
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Plaintiff,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Motion and Order
Resetting Foreclosure Sale Date MICHAEL W BALLANS II AND
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SESONE OF TH E SE understand Mary M.Johnson,
SPROPERTY are Defeandants I Clerk St the Circuit Court ofa
wbil sell to the highest and best Santo Rosa County. Florida will
biddeTfancas at he NO H nthe 24 day of July, 2008, at
FRONT STEPS OF COURT. 11:00 o'clock A.M., at the front
HOUSE at the Santop Rosa door of the Santa Rosa Coun
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CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS WITNESS my hand and official
AFTER THE SALE. seal of is Hgnorable Court,
Ifnarea person with a Dio this 27 day of June, 2008.
b;urlies who need any accammP- MARY M. JOHNSON, As Clerk
dotion in order to participate in of the Court
this proceeding you are entitled CIRCUIT COURT SEAL -
at no cost to you to the provi- By Brandy Norris
sions of certain assistant please As Deputy Clerk
contact Susan Land at 6865 e C
Caroline Street Milton, FL Edsel F Matthews, Jr. of
32570, 850-983-1012 within Edsel F: Matthews Jr PA.
2 working days of this receipt 308 South Jefferson Street
of this document. If you ore Pensacola Florida 32502
hearing on Voice impaired call Attorneys for Plaintiff
1-800-55-.8771.
Dated this 25 day of June, 071208
2008. 7/729
MARY M. JOHNSON Legal 71730
Clerk Of The Circuit Court Lega /730
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
Deputy Clerk R
0i7008 Notice is hereby given that the
071208 undersiqned, Mary M. Johnson
7/727 Cler o the Cir-qit Court ot
Santa Rosa County, Florida, will
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hours of I f;00 a.m. and 2 p.m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF- at the north front door of the
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Santa Rosa County Courthouse,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA 6865 Caroline Street, in the city
COUNTY, FLORIDA of Milton, Florida offer for sale,
GENERAL JURISDICTION and sell at public outcry to the
DIVISION highest and best bidder, the fol-
CASE NO:08-73-CA lowing described real and per-
sonal property situated in Santa
CITIMORTGAGE INC SUC- Rosa County, Florida:
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cdlity, 755 East Milton Rd, Mil- Dated: 2008.
ton, Floridla, in the County of
Santa Rosa State of F lorida onMARY M. JOHNSON
the 5TH bAY OF AUGUST, Circuit Court Clerk
2008 fat the hour f1:00R PM, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
or as soon thereatier an oossi- by Angela Dunn
ble.I will offer tar sale all the Deputy
said defendant's. EDITH J.
TRAMMELL, right, titl and inter- Kleinsmith & Associates, PC.
est in the a oresaid ersa Attorney for Plaintiff
prpey, at public aucfnpon "ad by /s'R M. Kleinsmith
wi ll se th same, uject to Pi M. Kleinsmith,
se als, sa poe:r, a n: 0 773
cumbra .n jug- KLEINSMITH & ASSOCIATES,
ent w Hts soeve Ai any, P.EC.
to THE HIGHESTA AD BE 6035 Erin Park Drive Ste 203
IDDER FOR iti Colorado Sings, Cb 80918p
AD.The proceed $to 1eap 800) 842-417
plied! 0s fr as may be to he
payment of costs and the satisn THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO
N of the above described COLLECT A DEBT. ANY IN-
execution. FORMATION OBTAINED
WILL BE USED FOR THAT
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- PURPOSE.
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM-
MODATIONS OR TO AR- REASONABLE ACCOMMO-
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- DATIONS WILL BE PRO-
ERlY PLEASE CONTACT JAN- VIDED IN ACCORD WITH
DIC LAlT L8r501 983-12811 AT THE AMERICANS WITH
LEAT SEVN DAYS PRIOR DISABIUTES ACT.
TO THE SALE ATE. 0 8
WENDELL HALL. As Sheriff Of 071205
Santa Rosa County, Florida 7/736
BY, LVrry W. Matroni, Deputy


gust, 2008, the following de- of Drawers Book Shelf Toys,
scribed property as set forth in Chairs, Boxes, Plastic Contain-
said Final Judgment: ers, nightstand, wicker shelf,
shelving unit, clothes, plastic
COMMENCE AT THE boags, i bed ame & head-
NORTHWEST CORNER OF board
SECTION 11 TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 29. WEST 510 Richard W Cox Fishing
SANTA ROSA COUNTY rods & reels, handtools, 3
FLORIDA- THENCE RUN drawer filing cabinet plastic
SOUTH 68 DEGREES 53 bags boxes, metal wook
MINUTES 06 SECONDS bench gas container
EAST, AL6NG THE NORTI g
UNE THEREOF A DISTANCE 511 PamAHemphill Lots of
OF 251.31 FEET; THENCE boxes & plastic containers, en-
RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREES, tertainment center, area rug,
40 MINUTES, 49 SEC- shelving unit.
BONDS WEST A DISTANCE
OF 1i.50 FEET; THENCE 701 Karen M Mathis Plastic
RUN SOUTH 88 DEGREES containers, 2-3 drawer plastic
53 MINUTES, D cart, boxes, plastic bags.
SECONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE Of 1819.00 FEET 717 JayRWilson BBQGrill
TO THE POINT OF BEGINN, with propane tank, commercial
ING; color projection unit, 2 Hewlett
Packard MFC Printers, plastic
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH containers, hand tools, 8' fold-
88 DEGREES 53 MINUTES, ing table, 6' folding table, mi-
06 SECONDS EAST A DIS-' crave, kerosene heating unit
TANCE OF 135.06 FEET' entertainment center, metal tool
THENCE RUN SOUTH Of box, water ski's, plastic cart.
DEGREES 06 MINUTES 54
SECOND4 WEST A bIS- 719 Kenneth D Tittle
TANCE& 200b FEET- washer, drer, aolf clubs, baby
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 stroller, BBQ grin, boxes, plastic
DEGREES 53 MINTUES 06 containers, recliner chair, plas-
SECOND9, WEST, A IS- tic toy wagon, 4 kitchen chairs,
TANCE OF 135.00 FEET1 igloo cooler, table, plastic
THENCE RUN NORTH Of bags, mattress
DEGREES 06 MINUTESb 54
SECONDS EASTg A bIS- 071208
STANCE OFN 200.06 FEET TO 071908
THE POINT OF BEGINN- 7/743
ING. ________
SAID PARCEL BEING LOT Legal 7/744
29 OF' AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS Notice of Final Agencv Ac-


Case # 08-5588-04-LE All bids must be in writing and received by th clerk) in the Of-
Plaintiff, delivered byhan x, or ice of General Counsel of the
mail to tre Santa osa County Department at 3900 Common-
v. Procurement Department, 6495 wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
Caroline Street, Suite G, Milton, 35 Tallahassee, Florida
The Estate of Ed Lewis and Florida 32570 and must be re- 32399-3000.
Maggie Lewis, d b 10:0 am., August
Dendants 1 d20 at which time ids Because the administrative
will be opened and read aloud h e a r
TO: The heirs, devisees, grant- Bids are to be sealed and ing process is designed to rede-
ees, assignees, lienors, credit clearlE labeled "BID Me- termine final agency action on
tors, trustees, and all parties chamca Services." Bids re- the application, the filing of a
claiming an interest by through ceived aoter the time set for the petition for an administrative
under or against the Estate of bid opening will be rejected hearing my result in a modifica-
Ed Lewis, deceased and Mag- and returned unopened o the tion o)the permit and lease, or
gie Lewis, deceased and all Par- bidder. All interested parties are even a denial of the applica-
ies having or claiming to have invited to attend. on. Accordingly, the applicant
any right, title or interest in the is advised not to commence
rope described as 5588 Questions concerning this bii construction or other activities
seola Street, Milton Florida should be direct to Thad under this permit/lease until the
32570, more particularly de- len at 850-623-1569. deadlines below for tiling p pe-
scribed as Lot 4 Block 'S" in tition r an administrative hear-
Milton Addition as per map of Specifications and bid form ing, or request for an extension
James Quinn Tract made by may be secured from the Santa I me ave expired.
WJ. Stephens, surveyor for F.C. Rosa County Website
Chaffin, November 8th, 1897, (www.santarosa.1l.govlbids) or Under rule 62.110.106(4) of
and recorded in Book "Z" at at the Santa Rosa County Pro- the Florida Administrative
Page 255 of the records gf curement Department. Tele- Code, a person whose substan
Santa Rosa County Florida; ofh- phone (850) 983-1833. tial interests are affected by the
erwise known as Parcel Department's action may also
#34-2N-28-0570-OOSOO-0040 The Board of County Commis- request an extension of ime to
sioners reserves the right to file a petition for an administra-
YOU ARE HEREBY notified waive irregularities in bids, to tive hearing. The Department
that a '"Notice tf Intet" and a reject any or all' bids with or may, for good cause shown,
"Claim of Lien" wilI be iled without cause, and to award grant the request for on exten-
against the property located at the bid that it determines to be sion of time. Requests or
5588 Osceola Street, Milton in the best interest of Santa extension of time must be filed
Florida 32570 by the City Ot Rosa County. with the Office of General
Milton, which shall include any Counsel of the Deportment at
and all cost accrued for the Santa Rosa Count, does not dis- 3900 Commonwealtt Boule-
demolition of said structure. criminate on the basis of race, vard Mail Station 35 Tallahos-
color, national origin, sex, reti- see, 'Florida 32399-3000, be-
071208 aion, age, or handicapped sta- ore the applicable deadline, A
071908 tis in employment or provision timely request for extension of
072608 of service, lime shrgll toll the running time
080208 B hrC od tor filing a petition until
7/745 Byorder of the Board of County Ie request is acted upon. If a
commissioner of Santa Rosa request is iled late, the Depart-


Sheriff----------
070508 Legal 7/737
071208 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
071908 FOR SANTA ROSA1
072608 COUNTY, FLORIDA
Z7Z35 PROBATE DMSION
Case No.:
________________57-2008-CP-19
Division:
Legal 7/736
Legal7/736IN RE: ESTATE OF
IN E CIRCUIT COURT OF SILVER NELL ROBERTS
E RST JUDICIAL CIR- (Deceased)
CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FO SANTA ROSA NOTICE TO CREDITORS
CASE NO.: 08-260 CA The administration of the estate
of Silver Ne!l Roberts, de-
N.R.L.L. East, LLC, a Florida Lim- 8cese, F i Number
ited Liability Company 57-2008-C- 97 is aendina in
Plainif (s), the Circuit Cort for Sana Rosa
County, Florid, Probate Divi-
- sion, the address of which is
6865 Caroline Street, Milton,
1 Silvia Diaz Florida 32570.
2 Alberto Gaulion All creditors of the decedent
3 UNKNOWNS: ALL UN- and other persons having ciims
NOWN SPOUSES OF ANY or demands against decedents
PARTY HERETO AND ALL estate on whom a copy of this
OTHER PERSONS LIVING OR notice is served must ile their
DEAD WHOSE NAMES ARE claims with this court WITHIN
UNKNOWN WHO CLAIM THE LATER OF THREE
ANY INTEREST IN THE SUB- MONTH AFTER THE DATE OF
JECT REAL ESTATE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
Defendantss. AFTER THE SERVICE OFAI
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
ail Other than creditor who have
M9 tiled a claim as set frth above,
and whose claim has not been
DEEDN paid or disposed of ALL
T A H DEFENDANT CAMS DEANDS AND OB-
& 9% M EJECTIONS WILL BE FOREVER
A lawsuit has been started BARRED TWO YEARS AFTER A
agInst you in thp above enti- PERSONS DEATH.
court by the Above named The date of the first publication
Plainti or Plainfis. Plaintiff's of this Notice is July 5, 2008.
claims are stated in a written
Foreclosure Petition and Com- Personal Representatives: Geor-
plaint, a copy of which is avail pia Mae Philpot, 1221 Lepley
la ina oa0Ciuhs & Pensacola, FL 32e 37f
able from the Court Clerk Rood, Pensacola FL 32534
and/or the Plaintiff's' attorney and LindaRoberts White 6551'
.whose addresses and phone Allyn Way, Pensacola, FL
numbers are indicated above. 32 n 04
Attorney for Personal Represent-
In order to defend against this aive: obert R. Mcaniel I
lawsuit, you must respond to the McDaniel & Mcaniel, P.A.:
Foreclosure Petition and Com- 103 N. Devilliers Street, Pensa-
Flaint by stating your defense cola, FL 32502
sl in wrtin and by filing same -
with the C erk of tie Court (by 070508
mail, if you wish and mailing a 071208
copy tothe Plantiff's attorney. If 7/73
yo do not respond in writing, a
de ult judgment- may be en-Leg| 7/738
tered against you without no- Legal 7/738
ice. A efoult judgment is one IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
where the Plaintiff may be enti- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
tied to what they ask for be- CUIT IN AND FOR -SANTA
cause you have not responded. ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Your written response must be CLASE NO. 2004-242-CAN
Bled by mail if you wish) with DVESION 4D
the lerk o the Court and DMSIm D
mailed to Plaintiff's a ttf orn CIZ RTGAGE INC,
or before August 18, 28aIorfp C F
you wish to seek the advice of vs
an attorney, you should do so
promptly so that your written re -MARK A STOUGHTON, et
sponse, if any, may be served al,
n time. Defendants).
This lawsuit asks for a money FRES EDULED
iulaen ad n olve te rl ^ ~ i ~ "
sur ot a Mortgade or D re-dM
of Trust qaootst andquietng Ii- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
li he following Real Estate suant to an OrderReschedulin
and all improvements thereto Foreclosure Sdle dated June 2
which is commonly described 2008 and entered in Case NO.
as: Unknown, but legally de- 2004-242-CA of the Circuit
scribed as part of Lot 6, Flon- Court of the FIRST Judicial Cir-
dale Beach, Santa Rosa ounty, cuit in and for SANTA ROSA
Florida. County, Florida wherein
lawsuit the P Caintiff CITIMORTGAGE INC is the
In this lawsuit, the Plaintiff at- Plaintiff and MAhK A.
leges that the following De- STOUGHTON' TENANT #1
pendants have personal liability N/K/A SHAS1A WEST are the
on e subject Mortgage or Defendants I will sell to the
Deed of Trusl and Note and the highest and best bidder for cash
requested money judgment: Sil- 01fTT0PS OF THE SANTA ROSA
via Diaz. COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 7 day of Au-


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Pace, FL 32571 Notice i given that stormwater

rres on s pus and omppnyanc. forve Notice isohereb given thi the
frm e s e, if any, opment a 2.0 acre Board of Cout Commissin-
olhi th a i properf1 sand/clay mine on a 26.08 ers, of Santa Rosa County, Flor-
owner as of He datj o acre site east on Five Forks Road Ida will receive sealed bids
1he Us Pepdens must file'a and north of Randall Drive, Tax Custodial Services Santa Rosa
_lim wirth ia sixty (60) a r c e ICounty Facilities.
Saya er hsoi (60 #05-2S-26.0000-01002-0000, ..
Navarre. All bids must be original and
WITNESS MY HAND and the delivered by hand Fed Ex, or
seal of this Court on June 30, The file containing the applica- mail to the Santa osa County
2008 lion for this permit is available Procurement Department, 6495
for inspection Mondy through CarolineStreet Suite G, Milton,_
Mary M. Johnson Friday (except for egal holi. Florida, 3257d and must be rf
Clerk of the Circuit Court dos, 8:0 am. Vo 5 p.m. ceivedby 10:60 a August
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL al he Northwest Florida Water 12 2008, at which time Bids
By: Angela Dunn Monaoement District's ERP Of- will be opened and read aloud
Deputy Clerk fice, 80 Hospital Drive, Crest- All interested parties are invited
view, FL 3253t. to attend. Bids are to be sealed
070508 and clearly labeled "BID -
071208 A person whose substantial in- CUSTODIAL SERVICES." Any
7/738 terests are affected by the Dis- bid received after this time it
trict permitting decision may pe- be rejected and returned to the
-liion for an administrative ear- bidder unopened.
Legal 7/739 in accordance with Sections
Legal /7 d and 120.57 F.S r Questions should be directed to
Public Auction may choose t pursue medi- Buildin Maintenance DirectorI
c uitlio n as an alternative remedy Thad Allen at 18501 623-1569
Security Self Storage at under Section 120.573, Florida
4391 Hwy 90 Pace, FL 32571 Statutes and Rules 2-106.111 Specifications and bid form
will sell at public auction by and 2.-106.401-404, Florida may be secured from Santa
competitive bidding on Administrative Code. Petitions Rosa Count .ebsile
WEDNESDAY July 23rd must camply with the require- lwww.santarosa.fl.gov/bidsl or
2008 At 2:00 pm on prem- ments of lorida Administrative at the Santa RosamCounty ro-
ses where said property has Code, Chapter 28-106 and be curement DSpartment at tihe
been stored. Purchases must be filed with received by the Dis- above dress. Telephone
paid for at time of purchase in trict Clerk located at District (850)1983-1833.
cash or credit card only. Headquarters, 81 Water Man- T
agement Drive, Havana, FL The Board oF County Commis-
All purchased items are sold as 323334712. Petitions for ad- sioners reserves the right to
is, where is and must be re- minislrative hearing on the waive irregular, ies in bids to
moved at the time of the sale above application must e filed reject any or all bids with or
he event of setlemen between publication of this notice or the bid hati N deermines to be

the e ent f setleme t bet een e i eo no estt e n
owner and obligated patty. within twentysix 26) days of in the best interest of Santa
Office 7 number the District depositing notice o m Rosa County.
850-994-0033 this intent in the mail for those
persons to whom the District Santa Rosa Count does not di-
070508 mails actual notice. Failure toa crimine on he basis of race,




s~~ 8 nt dd.o 071208 tile a petition within this time pe- color, nional orin, sex, reli-
071608 riod shall constitute a waiver of gion age, or handicap status in
071908 any riht(s) such persons) may employment or provision o serv-
7/739 have o request an administra ice.
P0________ _o live determination hearing ) un- r o he B
P t le c o der Sections 120.569 and oy order of the Board of Counit
Legal 7/743 129.57, F .S., concerning the Commissioners of Santo Rosa
Subject permit. Petitions which County, Florida.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE are not led in accordance with
Sthe above provisions are subject 071208
Fort Storage located at 4114 to dismissal. 071208
Avalon Blvd. Milton, FL 32583
hereby gives notice of a public Because the administrative hear-
sale to ihe highest bidder for lng process is designed to for-
cash only on (date July25, mulate final agency action, the L 7
2008 at (ime~ 10:u0 inM in Of a pe ition means that egal 7/74
accordoncewi the Florida Self the district's final action may be
Storage Facility Act Statutes different from the position taken
(section 83.801-83.809). Seller by it in this notice of intent. Per- WA B^1MECHANICAL SER-
reserves the right to withdraw sons whose substantial interests VI"
property from sale at any time. will be affected by any such .
This property is being sold to final decision of ahe Disttnic on Notice is hereby given that the
satisfy a landlord lien. the applicationhvehe riht to Boardof Co Commissioners I
peti.tionto thepacctord-feg ntads ar techeqie
Property includes contents of the mepr, ceom7e a *o n ,oa H a
spaces of the following tenant once with the requirements set Services.
toerth abith
Unit #. Tenant Name Con- b The work to be performed qn-
tents 071208 der this bid shall consists of luh&
005 Richard W Cox Large 071208 nishinga2l materials, equipment
Boat with Trailer 7/744 tools, floor, supervision and
*_______________ insurance necessary to perform
171 Mary K Merricks Plas- Lega 7/745 repairs on all mechanical heat-
tic Bags Plastic Containers Legaltu145 ing/cooling and mechanic I
0loor Jack, leather jacket, cloth i--i cFonlrol equipment in all builTd
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quests for review before the CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
Ld and Water Adjbdicathry SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES
Commission must be filed wit GRANTEES OR OTHER
the Secretary of the CLAIMANTS
C a m m i s s i a n
and served on the Deartment LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
wthin 20 days from Ihe trle KNOWN
when the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department. CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
The application is available for YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
public nspetion during normal tion to foreclose a mortgage on
business ours, 8:00 a.m. to the following property in
5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri- SANTA ROSA County, Florida:
day, except lepal holidays, at
Department a' Environmental COMMENCE AT THE
Protection, 160 Governmenta SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
Center, Suite 201 Pensacola, THE SOUTH 1/2 OF TH
Florida 32502-5704. SOUTH 1/2 OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARER OF
071208 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 3
071208 NORTH, RA14GE 28 WEST
7/749 SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
FLORIDA, THENCE NORWI
00 DEGREES 21 MINUTES
_____________ 32 SECONDS EAST ALONG
Legal 7/750 THE EAST UNE THEREOF
50.00 FEET TO THE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, WAY LINE OF FOREST
FLORIDA HILLS LANE (50 FEET RIGHT
PROBATE DIVISION OF WA ENCEENORTH
CASE NO.: 89 DEGCESD45OMINUTES
57-2008-CP-208 24 SECONDS WEST
DIVISION: ALONG SAID NORTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY 902.73
IN RE: ESTATE OF SARAH A. FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
CARTER, GINNING, THENCE CON-
Deceased. TINUE NORTH 89 DEGREES
45 MINUTES 24 SECONDS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS WEST ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
The administration of the estate WAY LINE 245.54 FEET
of Sarah A. Carter, deceased THENCE DEPART SAID
with the case number indicated NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
above, is pending in the Circuit WAY ULINE NORTH 00 DE-
Court for Santa Rosa County, GREES 31 MINUTES 16
Florida, Prabatn Division, the SECONDS EAST 607.15
address ofwhihi P.O. Box FEET TO THE NORTH LINE
472, Milton, Flarida 32572. OF SAID SOUTJH 1/2 OF
The name and address the THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE
personal representative and the NORTHWEST QUARTER,
persona representtive's altor- THENCE SOUTH 89 DE-
neys are set forth below. GREES 45 MINUTES 07
SECONDS EAST ALONG


kegal 7/748

SER.
JjgA5
Notice is hereby iven that the
Board of County Commissioners
o Santa Rosa C Funt, r
will receive sealed kids fro
qualified contractors or gnual
lawn and yard s rvices or the
following county facilities:
Administrative Center, 645
Caroline Street, Millon, Florida
Animal Services Buiding, 4451
Pine Forest Road, Milton, Flor-
ida
CoOperative Extension Service
Building, 6263 Dogwood
Drive, Milton Florida
Emer eny Mana eme, 4499
PineTorestRo Miton, FL
32583
Milton Library, 541 Alabama
Street Miltnon, Foda
Gulf Breeze rary, 1060
Shorline rive, ul Breeze,
Flori a
Navarre Librad,8 8484 Jraes
,arve Road, Navarre, Florida
Pace Library, 4750 Pace Patriot
Blvd., Face, Florida.
Santo Rosa Archives, 6444
Open Rose Drive, Milton, Flor-
Search and Rescue Building,
3256 Montecito Blvd., Milton,
Florida
United States Department of Ag-
riculture 6275 Dogwood Drive,
Milton, Floridla
All bids must be ori final and
delivered by hand Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa kosa County
Procurement Department at
6495 Caroline Street, Milton!, FL
32570; and must be received
b6, 10:00 a.m., August 12,
2008,' at which time bids will
be opened and read aloud. All
interested parties are invited to
attend.
Specifications ad bid form
may be secured from Santa
Rosa County ro-ebsite
(ww~antros~flgovbidsi or
at Ihe Santa Rosa-County Pro-
curement Dportment at the
above address. Telephone
1850) 98!-1833. All bid shall
be sealed and clearly Igbeled
"Bid- Lawn and aor Ser-
vices." Bids rTeeived uter the
ime set for the id openig will
e ted d return uno-
pened to the bidder.
Questions concerning this bid
noud be directed toThad Al-
len at (850) 623-1569.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and all pro-
posals in whole or in part, and
t0 waive all informalities.
Santa Rosa County does not dis-
criminate on the basis of race,
color, national) origin, sex, reli-
gian, age or handicapped sta-
his in employment or provision
of service.
y order of the Board of County
commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
071208
071208
7/748
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
RONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS-
SUE PERMIT
This intent to issue a permit (File
No. 57-0283699-001-DF) to J.
Todd, Palmer 912 29th Street,
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 to im-
pact 0.25 acres of jurisdictional
wetlands for two wetland crosn-
ings in association w it the con-
struc ion of cia sudivision, with
preservation of 7.21 acres of
onsite wetlands and 1.028 ac-
res of adjacent onsite uplands
int a conservation easement,.is
ereby granted unless a suffis
cient petition for an adminisdr-
tive hearing is timely filed un5er
sections 120.569 and 120.57
of the Florida Statutes as pro-
vided below.
The project is located ust north
of the intersection ofSR 8s9 and
SR 87 on the north side of SR
89, Point Baer Section 9
Township 2 North, Rane 2ti9
West, in unnamed wetlands,
Class III Waters of the State, Lat-
itude: 30' 4146.71", Longi
tude: 86' 03'21.93", Santa
Rosa County.
Eh procedures for pntitionjng
o a hearing are set orth be-
w.
A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the
Department's action may peti-
tion for on administrative pro-
ceedin (hearing) under sec-
tiFonsrida and 120.57 of
eFlorid Statutes The petition
must contain the informal set
forth below and musm be tiled


DONNA P. CAIN, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DONNA P. CAIN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
5524 FOREST HILLS LANE
MILTON, FL 32570
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
ANGELA R. JOHNSON
524 Forest Hills Lane
Milton Fl 32570
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE EREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY


CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CML ACTION
CASE NO.:
57-2008-CA-000838
DIVISION: C
HSBC BANK USA NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIAT16N AS
TRUSTEE UNDER NOMURA
HOME EQUITY, INC.
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
cCTESERIES 2007-3,

vs.
LORRAJNE FEINDT, et al,
Detendantf s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
LORRAINE FEINDT
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 5
CANVAS BACK LANE
EAST QUOGUE NY 11942
CURRENT ADbRESS: UN-
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persons whose substan iol inter- churt such claim within the later FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
ss will be affected by the ul- three 13) months after the GINNING. LESS AND EX-
come of the administrative proc- date of the first publication of CEPT THE EAST 10.00 FEET
ens have the right to petition to this notice or thirty (30) days af- THEREOF.


ess0 have t e w rigt lo e d ie e3%, st@ s 019 mel
intervene in The proceeing. i n- ter the date of service of a copy
terventionwill be on at thdis- of tis n notice on such person, has been filed against you and
creation af the presicing officer I youo are euired to serve a
upon the filing of a motion nu Persons having claim against copyo yo written defenses
compliance with ru e the estate who aren't known to wifhiCn 30 days after the first
28-106. 205 of the Florida Ad- the personal representative and publication, if any, on Florida
minislrative Code. whose names or addresses re Deault Law Group, PL
not reasonably ascertainaoble Plainti'Is attorney, whose ad
In accordance with rules must file all claims against the dress is 9119 Corporate Lake
28-106. 111(2) and estate within three (3) months af- Drive, Suite 300 Tampa, Flor-
62-110. 1063)(al(4), petitions ter the dte of the First publica- ida 33634 and file the original
for an administrative hearin by tion of Ihis notice, with this Court either before
the applicant mrus be oledP service on Plaintiff's attorey or
within 2 days t receip this Notwithstanding anything in this immediately thereafter; oILIer-
written notice. Petiltions filed by .notice to the contrary, alt claims wise a default will be entered
any persons other than t he ap- against the estate must be filed against you for the relief de-
licant, and other than those en- on or before June 2, 2010. handed in the Complaint or pe-
titled to written notice under nec- titan.
tion12O.60(3) Z ttheFlorida ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC- Tisnotice shall be published
Statutes must be tiled within 21 TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE once each week for two consec-
days of publication of the notice FOREVER BARRED. utive weeks in the Press Go-
or within 21 days of such no-
tice, a Ie date of The dale of the first publication ITNMESS my hand and the seal
tic bsorhess dateofN AUP
publicaion of this notice is July 12, 2008. of this Court on this 3 day of
Under section 120.60(3) of the Donald P. Carter July, 2008.
Florida Statutes, however, any 6M153 Swainso N Street Mary M.FLohnson
person wit has asked the De- Milon, Florida 32570 Clerk of the Court











nu so al eti towSw ANADNE t KATrSDE EUN
partmeno r notice of agency Personal .Representative of the CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
oclion may file a petition within Estate of Sarah A. Carter, De- By: Brandy Norris












Ae, Ie regard-ca sedNOCEO ACONA N O RARSUH
1 dayof such n otie, regard- ceased As Deputy Clerk
e soathe dale ofpulication. DAVID E. HIGHTOWER 071208
The petitioner shall mail a copy Florida Bar No. 153140 071908
of the petition to the apylicth Besgs & Lane 7/752
at the address indicate above P.O Ban 12950
at the time of filing. The failure Pensacola Florida -------
of any person to ile a petition, 32591 290 Legal 7/753
for an administrative heanis or (850) 432-2451
puDsue mediation as provided Attorneys for Personal Repre- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
betow within the appropriate sentative THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
time period shall constitute a 0 CUIT OF THE STATE OF
waiver at those rights. 071208 FLORIDA IN AND FOR
071908 SANTA RbSA COUNTY
A petition that disputes the ma- 7/750 CIVIL Di SION,
trial facts on which the________________ CASE NO. 2008 CA
Department's action is based L 1/71 000839
must contain the following t infor- Legal 7751
motion:. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
(a) The name i nd address of THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PlaintiN, T
each agenc afecte d and each IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA vs
gen os fife or identification COUNTY iFLORIDA
num e'r, if known- CIIL DIVISION AAD .SALS N
b) The name, address,n and tele- CASE R I KNOWN SPOUSE OF
hone number eof the pettiontr; 57-2008-CA-000596 AMANDA R. STAPLES;
ffe aeadrss adtele. wcctArnn~ AA OHNNY, L. CLOUD; UN-
phone number of the petition- WELLS FARGO BANK NA AS LWN SPOUSE OF
phnenu e o te tilo-TRUSTEE FOR OPTi6N'O'~N tDN SOUE O
e ra.un sse, I a n MRG E I AIN TT JOHNNY L CLOUD- BETTY
representive, if any, which 200GSSAET-OACE ERUTF CLOSE- IF LIVING, INtLUDING
shall' be the address for serviceI 2005-3 ASSETBACKED CERTIFY ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
purposes during the course af IT SERSA 2005ID, SA DEFENDANTISI, IF RE-
the proceeding; and aon exIpla- P nt ,MARRIED AND IF DEEASED
nation of how the petitioner's h iv Sn A//A THE RESECTIVE UNKNOWN
substantial interests ore or will BARBARA L. SANDERS HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
be affected by the agency de -BARBARA SANDERS, et al, ASSIDNEES, CREDITORS,
termination; eendants. LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES
S A statement of when and n-Tc lO ACTINf AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
how Ilh petitioner received no-NOTIC OF ACTION CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
i e 0of thagency decision; R- W S UNDER OR AGAINST THh I
)A statement f aI dispute A e -A NAMED DEFENDANTcS); UN-























Ae 0 W. SA(NDESKOW EANTyA1;fUN
ies o ateri fact. If there n KNOWN TENANT 1 U-
























iaei c. h E DWAiR DVic maNDEd alR rC ;~l C UN-
Ire none, Ite petition must so in. ;A WKNROW SANDERSS KNOWN TENANT #2;
cai LA5682 OWINE CE CaR. DSS efeadantesl.
SA concise statement of the ul 82 TWINCREEK CR., MIL dan
ate fats alleged, iuclg TON AT: NOTICE OF ACTION
r.ahep seific facts that the pet? ALS6ATEMTE SEi^ Rk E AlT.N OTC O CTO
tec peicfolbatIe 41 7 LINDSEY LN. MILTONCLU
lioner contends warrant rever.- ^ 42fr o OHN .COD
tiourcotu~swarat evr-FIL 32571 and 4721 LNDSEY~ TO: JOHNNY L. COD
s a UNKNOWN SPOUSE o'
or modification of thl agency' LANE MILTON FL 32571 I OHNNY L. CLOUD- IF LIVING
proposed action; 9n CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN. INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SA Statement of the specific KNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND-
rules or statutes that the peli- ANTSI IF REMARRIED AND IF
toper contend? requires rever- YOU (REFNOTIFIED that anac- DEC(ASED THE RESPECTIVE
sat or modiicion of the lon or oreclourIT of Mrt UNKNOWO N HEIRS, DEVISEES,
agency's proposed ction; g on thea lolowing de- GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES'
A statement the relief crie property: CREDITORS, LIENORS, AN
sought by te petitioner, slating SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
precisely e action that the pt I PERSONS CLAIMING BY
"ioner wises the agency to 0 Ae THROUGH UNDER ORi
with respect to the agency's pro- -XIBIT "A" AGAINST THE NAMED DE-
posed action. EXHIBIT A S T FENANT(S);
Lot 18, DIEck D: Corn- FENDANTICS;
A pe n hat does not d e mence at the Northeast Whose residence are/is un-
Ahetto m hateralfols non dispute corner of Section36.ko wn
the material facts on which the Township 2 Noh, known.
Department's action is based Towneship2 No Rs O E R Rangeid
shall staoe thgt no such facts are 30 West1 -3qnt Rosa YOU ARE HEREBY required Ia
in dipute and otherwise shal County, loria-the efile your answer or written de-
contain the same information as C,'"" M^ n N-- 8ensess if ani the above pro-
set forth above as required by a Ng lineo at 1 te nCS ainirg wi t lerkc o.
rule 28-106.361. Under sec- fet -t1e0c run S court and to serve a copy
lions 120.569(2)(c)ad(l o nern ou oradtosreacp
n 25 )and IdI of i Eastfora4600 thereof upon the plaintiff's ataor-
the Florida Statutes, a petition fe toPoin of Beainning; ney, whose name and address
for administrative hearing must toe Point in I appears hereon, within thirty
be dismissed by the agency if n thence c 1.16t,'S days of the first publication of
the petition does not subs(on- course n 16' : Ibis Notice, the nature b this
tiolly comply with the above re S 1 1 r 175. 00 f Let proceeding being a suit for fore-
quiremen s or is untimely filed. run So uth, closure of mortgage against the
following descend property, to
This action is final and effective neet' wit:
on the date filed with the Clerk I 5.?, Westf 1 wit:
of the Department unless a pl 11 "6 un N oh LOT 27 WILMAR MANOR,
lion is filed in accordance with 25n West tar A SUBDMSION OF A POR-
the above. Upon the timely fil- 250?00. to th Point o TION OF SECTION 16,
ingof petition this order will not Beginning. TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
be effective until further order at has been field against yauand RANGE 28 WEST, AC-
the Department. CORDING TO THE PLAT
m you are required to serve a THEREOF AS RECORDED
This permit constitutes an order copy ofyourwrien defenses IN PLAT BOOK B PAGE7
of the Department. The appli- any, to it, on Marshall C. WatL- OP THE PUB PC GRECORD
cant has the right to neek edi- sonP.A., Attorneytar Plaintif OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
ciol review of The order under whose address is 1800 RW FLORIDA.
section 12068 of the Florida ,49TH STREET, SUITE 120
Statutes, y Ike filing ofal lice FrTLAUERDALE Fl 333 To inclu :
of appea d 911 of of nor butofe August 15, 2008 T
the Ra Rleso rApeIate a date which it within thirty (30[ 1999 Fleetwood Weston
Procedure with lthe Clerk of the Itaysafter theinstpublication or SLE VIN
Department in the Office of nisNolice in thejHE PRESS GA'LX75A35068WS21
General Counsel, 3900 Coam GAZE)TTEIN hILTSN) n^tile and 80302518
monweallhbBoulevardMailS-a. the original with the Clerk of
lion 35 Tallahassee, Florida, this Courl.either before service / A
32399-5000; and by tiling a onPflainlil's attorney or immedi- A
copy ofathe nofce of the 1 teIr thereafter; otherwise a de- -505 WLMAR AVENUE
fccorponicTI b the applicble f wl h 1 ey, drtd 6505 MILTON, FL 32570
ling fees with he appropriate or e rhe demanded n the
district court al appeal. The no- complain. If you foil to file your answer or
tice of appeal must be filed ir peso r written defenses in the above
within 30 days from lbhe date ou are a peon with a Di prceedinon plaintiff's ator-
when the final order is filed with bitilies who need any accommp- a dealt will be entered
he Clerk of the Department. Re. cation in oroer to participate i 9n Y, a e
thsproceeding yau ore entitle -'ina tyu o h rle e
at no cost to you to the provi- nonded in the Complaint or Pe-
sions of certain assistant please titian.
contact Susan Land at 6865 DA D at SANTA ROSA
Caroline Street Milton FL i SANT 7 R OS
3250,85-98-112s~thiuL County this 7 day of July,
*^ 32570, 850-983-1012 wi hin 2008.
2 working days of this receipt
of this document. Il you are C lerk ot-e Circuit Court
hlorVieimpaired call ~Cor
19 8 55-877^"1. 11 0 CIRCUIT COURT S-EAL
baf 1-800 Voice877 -. ByJ.Wolkins
I&AltM WITNESS my hand and the seal Deputy Clerk
Yr atInis Court this3d oiJuly, In accordanewit te
V -~2008. a American wit Discb II-
May ohsoties *ctt o199,,persons
I As CIrkofheCourt as c c
CIRCUIT" COURT"SEAL f aoncoearlte ld
By Angela Dune ccnto i Sw A oina-
As Deputy Clerk tor no later than seven (7)

071908 c .z i s.fe ca i"
in ihe assified 07512085_1_pio0r 1
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Legal 7/752 ida R rvice.
edresday SOt o IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Law Offices of Daniel C. Con-
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ser
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA 9204 King Palm Drive
izee an youn ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Tampa, FL 33619-1328
s Gjazette and you CIVIL ACTION Tel (B 131915-8660
CASE Il. Fax (8131 915.0559
57-2008-CA-000850 Attorney for Plaintiff
eAdult Buffet &D'io DIVISION: A 0
HSBC BANK USA NA- 071908
TONAL ASSOCIATION AS 7/753
'i'sPiza TRUSTEE FOR SG M6RT-
aGAGE SECURITIES TRUST Legal 7/754
S..f hv ,ut 'i Plain IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
:ifction bv ouf Mitton < vs. THE FIRST JUDICiIAi ID.


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'Saturday, July 12, 2008




ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN The Board of County Commis-
'PARTIES CLAIMING BY BETSY OLIN LEWIS AND BON- sioners f Santo Rosa County,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND NIE OLIN, Florida will receive bids Irom
AGAINST THE EREIN Plaintifs, aualified licensed contractors
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- tor the rehabilitation of the resi-
FENDANTLS) WHO ARE VS. dence located at6525 Akew
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD Way, Milton, Florida 32570.
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID NOMADIC LLC, a California
UNKNO N PARTIES MAY limited liability company, All bids must beorinal and
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS Defendants, delivered by hand Fed EX, or
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES mail to the Santa Rosa County
GRANTEST dR OTHER CASE NO. 08-000085-CA Procuremen t Deportment at
CLAIMANTS 6495 Caroline Street Suite G
NOTICE OF SAME Milton, Florida 32570, and
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- must be received by 10:01 a.m.
KNOWN NOTICE IS HEREBY given that local time, on Tuesday, August
the undersigned, Mary M. John- 12 2008, at which lime Bids
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- son Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court will be publicly opened and
KNOWN of Santa Rosa County Florida, read aloud. Bids are to be
will on the 5 day of August, sealed and clearly labeled
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- 2008 11:00 am. durn the "BID 6525 Asikew Way."
tion to foreclose a mortgage on legal hours a sale at the north Bids received after the time set
the following property in front door of the Santa Rosa for the bid opening will be re-
SSANTA ROSA County, Florida : County Courtlhouse in Milton, ected and returned unopened
SFlorida oter for sale and sell at a the bidder. All interested par-
LOT 1 BLOCK 675 AVA- public outcry to the I chest and ties ore invited to attend.
SLON EACH ACCORDING best bidder for cash tle follow-
TO THE PLA THEREOF AS ing described property, in Questions concerning this rol-
RECORDED IN PLAT B6OK Santa Rosa County, Florida, ecte should be directed to ohn
A PAGE(is 1-10 INCLU- to-wit: Barnes of the Santa Rosa
SiV Of aTE PUBIUCoREC- County Building Inspections De-
ORSD' OF SANTA ROSA Lots 1 and 5, Block B of The partmen at 20)al 81-7004.
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Moors, a subdivision of a par-
a benfed agh o taint o ion of Section 41 and 42 Project documents may be
Shas been filed against you and Township 1 North, Range 2 viewed at the Santo Rosa
you a required to serve a West, Santa Rosa Cou Flor- CounT Procurement Deartment
y oF our written defenses Ida according to the Plot ereof at 6495 Caroline Stree, Milton;
'wofis 313 days after thy first as recorded in Plot BookN F or the Santa Rosa County Plann-
publication, if any; on Forida Page 22, of the Public RecordT inh and Zoning Department,
Default Law Group, PL of said county. 51 Old Bagdad Highway,
SPlaintiff's attorney whose ad- Milton, Florida Specifications
Sdress is 9119 oroorate Lake Pursuant to the Final Judgment may be secured from the Santa
Drive Suite 300 ampa, Flor- of Foreclosure entered in the Rosa County Procurement De-
ida 33634 and Tile the original above styled cause. partment at a non-refundable
with this ourt either before cost of $ 10 per set.
service on Plaintiff's attorney or Any person claiming an interest
immeditel thereafter; oer- in the surplus from the sale, if A MA A R pre-bid con
wise a decaul will be entered any, other than the property terence wilt be held on July 30,
anst.you for the relief de- owner as of the date of the Lis 2008 at 2:00 p.m. local time,
a monided in the Complaint or pe- Pendens must file a claim within at 6525 Askew Way, Milton
sixty (6d1 days after the date of Florida 32570. All interested
T i. notice shall be published the sale. parties ore invited to attend.
Once each week for two consec-
Foutive weeks in the Press Go Dated this the 3 day of July, The Board of County Commis-
2,zette. 2008. sioners reserves the right to
,,VTIESS my hand and the seal waive informalities in bids, to
of this Court on this 7 day of MARY M. JOHNSON, CLERK reject any or all bids with or
July, 2008. OF CIRCUIT COURT OF without cause, and to accept
SSANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- the bid that in its judment is in
A Mary M Johnson IDA the best interest of Santa Rosa
Clear f the Cort CIRCUIT COURT SEAL County, Florida.
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL BY: Brandy Norris B
By: J. Watkins Deputy Clerk Santa Rosa County does not dis-
As Deputy Clerk criminate on the basis of race,
010071208 color, national origin, sex, reli-
S071208 071908 aion, age, or and capped sta-
071908 7/757 us in employment or provision
ZLo4 o of service.
Legal 7/755 D OT aeh -- Byl order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Legal 7/758 County, Florida.
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND0 FOR SANTA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 071208
ROSACOUNTY FLORIDA H 1EST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 071208
CVL ACTION IN AND FOR SAGNTA ROSA 7/76
CASE NO. 07-840 CA COUNTY, FLORIDA ___________
DMS101N B CMVL DMVSION
CASE NO.. Legal 7/762
WASHINGTON MUTUAL 57-2008-CA-000782
F-K/A WASHINGTON MU- SUTRUST MORTGAGE, INC., R&W EE M ENT
PlainB ANKf, FAV Pla TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
aintiff GLENN JONES, et al, CERN:
.vs. Defendants. l ^
VS. Dfendnts.Please be advised that on the
PEDRO C.URA, et al, NOTICE OF ACTION 12h dayofAoust, 208o
Defendant(s). 70.-0f p.m., CD at the City
GLENN JONES Council meeting room at the
MNTiC' RESCHEDULED LAST KNOWN ADDRESS- City Hall at 67h Dixon Street,
Fo AUR 7288 JACOBS TRL., NAVARRE, inthe City of Milton, Florida,
FL 32566 there wil be proposed for en-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN per- ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT- actment an Ordinance whose ii-
sunot to on Order Renchedulina, 2909 ASPEN WOOD ETY ~ sa olw
Foreclosure Sale dated ATLANTA GA 30360
2008 and entered in CoasNe O.CURRENft RESIDENCE IS UN- ORDINANCE NO. 1290-08
07-840 CA of the Circuit Court KNOWN
of the FIRST Judicial Circuit' in UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF AN'ORDINANCE OF THE
and for SANTA ROSA Coun ,'GLENN JONES CITY OF MILTON, FLORIDA,
Florida whereinWASHIMN- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: AMENDING ORDINANCE
.TON MUTUAL BANK F/K/A 7288 JACOBS TRL., NAVARRE, NO. 1282-08 OF THE CITY
'M'ASHINGTON MLILAL FL 32566' OF MILTON (AND SPECI-
BANK FA, is the Plaintif and ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT FINALLY RESTATING SEC-
?PEDRlb C. LIRA; SONIA URA- 2909 ASPEN WOOD ENTRY. TONS 1 2 3 4 5 6,8
^ w ~ 09 10, UN- fs 1Af'JD
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN' ATLANTA GA 30360 EN0111'DING SEC
PARTIES CLAIMING BY CURREI~f RESIDENCE IS UN- A~k'ND AEWM G SC
THROUGH, UNDER, ANl KNOWN TIONS 7 AND 11) RE-
AGAINST THE HEREIN GARDING POLICE AND
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that andc- EMERGENCY SERVICE RE-
ANTISI WHO ARE NOT tion for Foreclosure of Mort-SPONSE (PESRi USER FEES
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR gage on the following de- FOR RESPONDING TO MO_
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- scribed property: TOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS;
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM PROVIDING AN EXEMP-
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSESUNIT 3 HIDDEN BAY VIL- TION TO PESR FEES FOR
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES',LAGE FI4IE TWO AS PER RESIDENTS OF AND OWN-
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- PLAT THEREOF WORDED ERS OF REAL PROPERTY IN
',WASHINGTON MUTUAf IN PLAT BOOK G, PAGE 52 THE CITY OF MILTON PRO-
BANK FA- TENANT #1 OF THE PUBUC RECORDS VOIDING FOR SEVERA-
WN / LfBT SCHERER- OF SANTA ROSA, ABILITY; PROVIDING FOR
TENANT #2 N/K/A ADA COUNTY, FLORIDA. REPEAL OF CONFLICTING
SCHERER are the Defendants, ORDINANCES- AND PRO-
will sell to the highest and best has been filed against you and VIDING AN'EFFECTIVE
bidder for cash at STEPS OF you are required to serve a DATE.
'THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY copy of your written defenses if i
'COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, any, to it, on Marshall C. Wat- This Ordinance is on file in the
,on the 28 day of August, 2008, son, P.A., Attorney for Pt~intiffCiy leksofcfr sp-
the followingdescribed pro-whose address is 1800 NW tion. Any interested party may
erty as set Forth in said Fional 49TH STREET SUITE 120 a
Judgment: FT. LAUDERDWL FL 33304 heard with, respect to the pro-
on or before August 15, 2008 posed Ordinance.
-,LOT 4 BLOCK 4 NORTH a date which it within thirty (30 This t 9th da 2008
SHORES FIRST AbDmON, days after the irst publication ot This the 91h day of July, 2008.
'A SUBD SION ACCORD- this Notice in theTHE PRESS
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF GAZETTE IN MILTQN) and file Dewitt Nobles
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK the original with tIe Clerk of City Clerk
C PAGE 67 OF THE PUB- this Court either before service
L(C RECOR6S OF SANTA on Plaintiff's attorney ar immedi- 071208
ROSA, FLORIDA oly thereafter; otherwise a de- 0
foulr will be entered against ou 7/762____________
SA,1812 MUSTANG for the relief demn in the gal 7/7763
'*STREET, NAVARRE, FIL 32566 complaint. ea ///o


Any person claiming an If you are a person with a Disa- ND|TIACE OFP SEDT G-F
interest in the surplus bidities who need any accommo- G(
from the sale, if an, nation in order to participate in TO WHOM IT MAY CON- 1
other than the propeX this proceeding you are entitled CERN: si
owner as a the dteof at no cost to you to the provi- _
,-the LiUs Pendens must file a sions of certain assistant please Please be advised that on the
claim within sixty (60) contact Susan eeannd at 6865 12thday of A ust, 2008 at -
days after the sale. Carone Street Milton, FL 501 pm CD at the City
32570, 850-983-1012 within Cnil meetin room 01 the Il
WITNESS MY HAND and the 2 working days of this receipt and i% ron treelt
seal of this Court on July 7, of this document. If you are in he Ci of Milton, Florida, 5'
2008. heari0or Voice impaired call i threw proposed for en- ol
1-800-v55-8771. actment an Ordinance whose ti- P|
Clerofthe Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and the seal e is as follows: m
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL of this Court this 3 day of July, ORDINANCE NO. 1289-08
By: J. Watkins 2008.
Deputy Clerk AN ORDINANCE EXTEND-
Mary M. Johnson ING THE TERRITORIAL
071208 As Cerk of the Court UMITS OF THE CITY OF
:071908 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL MILTON FLORIDA BY AN-
'7/755 By Angelo Dunn NEXATIbN- PROVIDING
___ --------------- As Deputy Clerk THE ZONING CLASSIFICA-
SLegal 7/756 071208 TIONS PROVIDING FOR
Legal///756 071208 SEVER"BILITY, REPEALING
NOT CLOSURE 8 ALL ORDINANCES IN CON-
_E OF __R_ O_ RI 7/758_ FUCT HEREWITH AND PRO-
COURT VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
Notice is hereby given that the Legal 7/760 DATE. i
J t'l I Johnson IN THE CIRCUIT COURT This Ordinance is on file in the
:,l -. ..: ... Court of FOR ANTA S City Clerk's office for inspec-
SSanto Rosa County, Florida, will COUNTYL IA F ion. Any interested party may 3
son August 7, 2008, between BATE DIISION appear at the meeting and be 3
the hours of 11:00 a.m. and File No. 57-2008-CP-217 heard with respect to the pro-
2:00 p.m. at the north door of posed Ordinance. 3
Sthe Santa Rosa County Court- IN RE: ESTATE OF his the 9th dy of July, 2008. 3
house in the city of Milaon Flor-
ida offer for sale, and sell at John M. Clark 3
public outcry to the highest and a.k.a. John Marion Clark Dewit Nobles 3
best bidder, the following de. City Clerk
scribed real property situated in Deceased. 01
Santa Rosa County,Florida: 071208 31
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 071208 3
Real Proper 3
Rea tThe administration a he estate 3
Lot 5 Block F Southlake at of John M. IC a .k.a. 3
Stonelbrook, Section 31 Town- John Marion Clark. de.
ship 2 North, Rone 2 West ceased, whose dote of death .... 3
Santa Rosa Counly, State of was M y 29, 2008, is pend 1110 3
Florida, recorded in Plat Book ing in he Circuit Court tor 3
9, Pages 79 and 80. Sant Roa County, Florida Publisher's
Probate Division, the address of Notice 3
pursuant to the Final Judment which is 645 Caroline freedom Co mmunica-
of Foreclosure entered in o case Street, Milton,. Florida ireeiFom
Spending in said Court, the style 32 The names and ad- tions Inc. Ldba Santa
of whichR is dresses of the personal repre- Rosas Press Gazette and 3
SCOMMUsentatives and the personal rep- t he Santa Rosa Free 3:
SBEACH COMMUNITY BANK, resentatives' attorney are set
Plaintiff, forth below. Press) reserves the right 3
All creditors of the decedent to censor, reclassify, re- 3
vs. and other persons having claims vise, edit r yecf an
or demands against decedent's vise, edit or releca' n 3'
CHRISTOPHER W. BROWN estate on whom a copy of this advertisement not meet- 3
CO., a Florida corporation, notice is required to be served ing its standards of ac- 3
CHRISTOPHER W. BROWN must file their claims with this tn Submission of 3
WILLIAMSON ELECTRICAL court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 cexance- S dmisson o
CO., INC., a Florida corpora- MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF a vertisement does not
lion, STONEBROOK VILLAGE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF constitute an agreement
HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIA- THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- fo publish said adver-
TION INC a Florida corpora- TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF to pubeme st. u adver- o
tion, and EMERALD COAST A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON isement. Publication of
TRUSS, LLC, a Florida limited li- THEM. an advertisement does E
S ability company, All other creditors of the dece- not constitute an agree-
dent and other persons having mont for continue b-
s Defendants, claims or demands against ment for continued publi- 1
decedent's estate must file their cation. $
and the docket number of which claims with this court WITHIN 3
t, is 2008 CA 000276. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
SAny person claiming an interest THIS NOTICE.
in the surplus from the sale, if ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
any. other than the property WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
owner as oa the ate ot he is SET FORTH IN SECTION
pendens must file a claim wit 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
the clerk at the count within 60 PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- *
-, days after the sale. EVER BARRED.
NOTWIIHSTANDING THE
In accordance with the AMERI- TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED 6
persons needing a special ac- TWO ( YEARS OR MORE AF-
commodation to aricipate in TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
this proceeding should contact OF DEATH IS BARRED.
the undersigned not later than The date of first publication of *
seven days prior to the pro- this notice is July 2, 2008.
ceeding to ensure that reasona-
ble accommodations are availa- Attorney for Personal Represent-
b2n. Natives:
s/ Paul R. Green
WITNESS my hand and the offi- Paul R. Green r v on
cial seal of this Honorable Court Florida Bar No. 127448
Sthis 3 day ofJuly, 2008. Johnson, Green & Miller, C
P.A.
SMARY M. JOHNSON 6850 Caroline Street
Clerk of the Circuit Court Milton, Florida 32570
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Telephone: (850) 623-3841 ,
By Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk Personal Representatives:
/s/ Edward Leo Ginter
,KEITH L BELL JR. Edward Leo Ginter a.k.a.
1:i i: -:r o. 573809 LeoGinter
i :. -lington, Hart, Larry, 3527 Old Frankfort Pk.
l:.. i ckhouse Versailles, Kentucky
i.- :e 125 West Romana 40383
PiOeBox 13010 s/ Earleen Ginler
Pensacola Florida arleen Ginter
32591.3010 3527 Old Frankfort Pk -
850)434-9200 Versailles, Kentucky
0)432-7340 (fax) 4Q383
Attorneys for Plaintiff 071208
071208
071208 071908
071908 7/760
71756
Legal 7/757 Legal 7/761
'-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN LE W H ILITA-
AND FOR SANTA ROSA 1B
COUNTY, FLORIDA


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NtiE WIiJAY

The Man From
Aldersgate at
estminster
Presbyterian
Church, Milton
Saturday Evening
7/12), come and see
J Johnson from
Belhaven College pres-
ent John Wesley in his
own words. Johnson
dresses as Wesley in
this one-man play
based on Wesley's per-
sonal journal entries.
There is no cost for ad-
mission but a free-will
love oafering will be
taken for Mr. Johnson.
The congregation of
Westminster Presbyter-
ian church welcome
any and all to come
and attend an evening
with John Wesley, one
of the most significant
figures of the 1oth cen-
tury. The show begins
at 6:00PM and runs for
90 minutes with an in-
termission.





FOUND
1170

Small, white Terri-
er/Corgi mix. Wallace
Lake Road in Pace.
994-8269



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2100- Pets
2110,-Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130- Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials



112100

Miniature Schnauzer
puppies. 2 males. 8
weeks old. Have shots
and health certificate.
$400 each. 994-1063

PET LOVERS
PET PORTRAITS
Paintings from photos.
Acrylic, pastels.
Dogs, cats, horses etc
4850)748-630k


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beautiful, friendly,
ark, male Tabby kitty.
homeless needs a
od loving family.
23-5128

fEE TO
OOD HOME
year old, black and
River female Schnauzer.
26-1077

hort hair English
better. Male, 2 years
d. Free to good home.
ease call 675-0171 for
ore information.


MERCHANDISE
100 Antiques
110 -Appliances
120- Arts & Crafts
130 Auctions
140- Baby Items
150- Building Supplies
160 Business
Equipment
170 Collectibles
180- Computers
190 Electronics
200 Firewood
220 Furniture
230 Garage/Yard Sales
240- Guns
250 Good Things to Eat
260 Health & Fitness
270 -Jewelry/Clothing
280 Machinery/
Equipment
290 Medical Equipment
300- Miscellaneous
310 Musical Instruments
320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
330 Restaurant/Hotel
340 Sporting Goods
350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)





9 inch color TV.
100.623-9112


r^ 3220^^ 4100io ^
5 piece
Bedroom set Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
King size, wrought iron
head & foot board. Solid Pro ect Manager
wood dresser, chest and Needed for General
2 nightstands, $700 obo Contractor covering parts
Call830-7922, FWB of Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Queen Bed, com lete, and Walton Counties. Ex-
Quee B 2'25.l^ cellent organization,
perfect condition. 225 communication. Experi-in
uro Futon, 3 different c oni at Fax re-
positions, steel frame f5 t 94-6061
perfect condition. WEB ID #2*814506
626-7370

44 1 Driver Trainees
f-L -- Needed. No CDL?
BIG YARD SALE No Problems Earn up
Sat. 6:30 am until ? to $900/wk. Home
5655 Fairway Drive weekends with TMC.
(off Pine Blossom) Comprany endorsed
LOTS OF STUFF CDL Training.
626-4008 1-866-28-5309
HUGE SALE _______
MILTON
Harvest Point Subdivision
Saturday-July 12 th LIVE-IN OR SITTER
7am-2pm for elderly lady.
Multi Family/Community Non-smoking environ-
Yard Sales ment. Back ground check.
Furniture clothing, baby Call 712-1207 after
items an so muc more. 6pm, Monday thru Friday
Hwy. 87-2 miles south of and any time on week-
Whiting Field ends.
INSIDE GARAGE SALE _____
Anti ues, collectibles.
%at.', July 12
8am until 3pm MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Rain or Shine Pediatnc office seeks a
5461 Cottonwood Drive caring person with excel-
lent communication skills.
Milton Job includes obtaining
Yard Sale 5368 Locklin medical history, vital
Ave. July 11th and 12th. signs and administering
8 q.m.-2 p.m. Toys, cloth- vaccines. Full Time post-
ing and miscellaneous. ion. Ex erience pre-
M.iton -- lferred. Please fax resume
MYirdSn le July 12. 7 to (850)983-0970 or
Yard Sale July 12 mail to: 5962 Borryhill
.-toys, bo1okba Rd., Milton, FL 32570
toys, b ff
and clothing. 73 4 Cop- ____________
ter Lane. '
MOVING SALE Sales /BuI'ine Dev
Tools, yard equipment,
furniture-inclu ing office 4 ?.l-r.:har..re t Sio.:kerz
furniture and vintage 4 Ep Del' Wocrker:
bayou chairs, small 4 f.larer.aro.-e
fridge. 7am-12. 'Cor Fuuh,'r:
Saturda, July 12 Truck Unlader:
4381 Stehens Road National Retailer
in i-ace NOW HIRING
YARD SALE B-ldvir.t E.camb'a
6515 Martin Road Sonia Ro.. Okl al.:.:oa .
(off Willard Norris) WValior CourniE: Call
Sat., July 1 2th8
7am until 850432-1818
Furniture, knick-knacks Toll Free
clothes. Something for 866 438-5226
everyone. tc. .ched.e or intr.ire.ee.
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PEANUTS.
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Wedding
Dresses or
Sale
Must sell I Two wedd-
ing dresses. Both
White, one size 14
and other size 16.
Sized smaller than nor-
mal I believe. Please
call (850)623-9256 or
(850)777-6129. These
dresses MUST GO.



I 3280
Carrier 2 ton
Heat Pump
Condenser
$400
Call 850-305-6739 or
850-305-8035



CRAFTSMAN 42 inch
Lawn Tractor. Electric
start, automatic transmis-
sion. Mulch kit aerator.
$800. 292-8523
Cremation plot, Mem-
ory Park. (Owner relo-
cated.) Ideal location in
Honor II area. Visit ceme-
tery to see. $500.00
firm. Call 626-6840 or
450-5074.
FOR SALE
2 PLOTS Garden of
Honor II, Lot 17A Sp. 1
& 2 at Memory Park
Cemetery in Milton.
$1,750 for both. Call
Mickey (850) 918-9905.
Leave message.
WANTED
Old roofing tin. Will pick
up. 983-8 42







EMPLOYMENT
4100- Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information


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fulltime-3 day schedule. Low cost start
Great benefits 5100- Business up, $10. For more infor-
Riviera Family Fitness I Opportunities nation call 748-1760 or
994-3774. 5110 -Money to Lend 390-5V76


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events. Some weekend and evening hours
required. Phone Jim Fletcher: 623-2120.
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Pediatric office seeks a caring
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tion skills. Job includes obtaining
medical history, vital signs and
administering vaccines. Full Time
position. Experience preferred.
Please fax resume to
(850) 983-0970 or mail to
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07100


MA FR RPM
6100 Business/
Commercial
8110 -Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160- Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lotl
8180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



Milton Office Space
for lease.
4-Offices, various sizes
$350 & up includes utili-
ties. 850255-4004
OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm./Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Highway
90 location Milton. Call
Steve @ (80)341-1952



Milton
1BD/1BA apartment.
Great for single adult.
Total electric. Water and
grba e pick up in-
clded Npts.
$390mo/$300dep
623-5697
(leave message)
Milton
2/1 Duplex New appli-
ances and carpet. Cen-
tral heat & air. Wash-
er/Dryer hook-ups.
$480/month $50s/dep.
995-0954
N. Milton
2 bedroom, 1 bath.
$450. month, $475.
deposit, 626-6638
Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
with Jacuzzi and built-in
BBQ pit. White stone
fireplace. (furnished or un-
furnished), etc. Call
626-8973


|6140
*3/2 Home
6569 Starboard Dr.
in Milton. $850.
*372 Home
6710 Cedar Ridge Cir.
in Milton $1,000.
*4/2 Home
6934 Kelvin Terrace
in Pensacola $1,000.
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

Available now:
Clean, newly painted
1600sqft home. Country
setting in the city. CH&A,
washer/dryer hook-up.
Rent $725/$725 de-
gasit. Call:
850-981-9695
Avalon Blvd. Area
Great location, reat
neighborhood. 3/2,
laundry room. Brick
home approx. 1600
sq.ft. 2-car garage pri-
vacy fence. $87/mth
$875/dep. Call.:
983-2 11
Bagdad
3BR/2BA for rent. Cen-
tral H/A, Ventura Blvd,
Bagdad.
$600 mth/$600 dep
850-957-4002
E. Milton
One bedroom, near
water. Pets ok. $450.
month $200 deposit.
626-944
HOUSE FOR RENT
2 bedrooms central heat
& air. 994-023
Milton
3/1 unfurnished
house with den, utility
room and fenced back-
Sard. 6452 Gaynell.
6650 month,2 $650 dep.
Will accept HUD.
438-1660
Milton
3/2 with privacy fenced
yard, fireplace and back
dec $900 month, $600
deposit. Mike 255-2550

Milton Florida
3 BDR HOUSE
with F/P, Pond
and 5 Acres
granite counter tops,
fireplace, wood floors,
1997sf, with barn,
pond and w acres. 1 Om
N of Whiting Field
near Berrydale. Horses
allowed. ,$850/mo
view at www.yourhope
inflorida .com
202-646-2932 or
850-623-2156


Milton, FL
4br/3ba Brick
Home for Rent
Breckenridge iDr, 9 mi-
les from Whiting Field.
Wood floors, fireplace,
french doors in master
and greatroom.
$1100/ month +
1100 deposit. No
pets. Preter Military.
Available July 1. Call
904-771-3991

Off Bagdad Hi way
3/1 unfurnised
house with den and utility
It


E. Milton
3/2 doublewide on 2
acres. 20 X 20 shed.
Nice, covered back
porch. Secluded. $800
month $600 deposit.
Mike 255-2590

FEMA MOBILE
HOMES. 3/1. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973

Milton
2 bedroom mobile home
for rent. Call 983-7259
or 368-7506


room. 4508 Elm Tree. Milton
$875 month, $800 dep. 2/1 mobile home in
Will cce HUD Park. Total electric.
438-166u 6641 Hinote Street.
$435 month, $200 dep.
Quiet and clean 2 Water and garbage fur-
bedroom office, sun- shed. No ets.
room, 1 1/2 bath, ch/a, 9rsyt ty'
covered porch, work- &W79 8"
shop. 5381 Williams St.
near MHS $745 mth. Milton
$695 dep. 623-9902 3/2 with fenced yard.
Total electric.$550. rent,
TOWNHOME $550 security. CallC
4 bedrooms, 21/2 baths. Barbara 377-6787
8440 Old Spanish Trail
Road in Pensacola. Milton
Fenced yard, alarm new Furnished 2/1. Newly
HVAC, new carpet & tile. remodeled. CH & A. A
Very nice. $950 month. utilities included. Sits on
Ca Rodney 380-2553 quiet 1/2 acre-lawn care
Provided Non-smoking
environment. Small pets
w/100 deposit. $200
I s wepekst/last $200d3-9

Milton, Florida Milton
Roommate HUD ok. 2/1 on pri-
wanted for 3 vate fenced lot. New
BDR house hardwood floors. No
Large bR r e cab- pets. $475 month, $400
inets fireplace, barn and Avalale ow
notd rep ban adin f arlborough Village.
pond located in country. 994-0155
2 rooms available for
rent. Price $250.00 per
room plus share of utili-
ties. References re uired.
Ph 850-686-1143 or1
202-646-2932

Pace
2/1 mobile home on pri-
vate lot, to share. Drug
free environment. $350
month, $200 deposit. In-
cludes utilities. Call
994-8739

Roommates "Needed
Immediately"
Nice 3 bedroom brick
house off Gait City Rd. I
have 2 extra bedrooms
that are, cable, tele-
phone, internet ready.
Needing dependable re-
sponsible adult to share
in cost of house and split 1
utilities. Share the
kitchen, home is fur-
nishedl $350.00 plus
utilities or an even
$500.00 monthly Call
Linda at 850-564-0810
leave a message. Cell
number 850-572-6988 |08 P0o
will get back to you l 0 U
ASA,1 References Re- Auto, A/
quiredl


I 6170 |
2 bed/1 bath
Mobile Home For Rent
Garbage furnished.
$550 month, $550 dep.
554-2388 or 626-3454

2 br 1 ba MH $550.
mo+cep. & ref. Section 8
accepted 850-499-7412
850-537-6222

2/2 mobile home off
DeLisa Road. 6540 Pearl
Riley. Total electric. Pri-
vate lot. $500 month,
$250 deposit. Baycrest
Realty, 994-79T8

AZILEE WARD

Chumuckla
3bedrooms/1 1/2 bath
with covered porch in
nice, quite wooded
area. otaf electric.
$350 month plus deposit.
994-6212


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| 6170 I
Milton
Quiet Clean Park
Rent includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2/2 for $500/month.
2/2 for $400month
Call 698-458_
Milton/Pace off Avalon
Blvd. close to 1-10/
Walmart. 2 bdrm/2ba,
master bath has garden
tub/seperate shower and
his/her sinks, screened
front/back arches, work
shop and shed. All elec-
tric appliances, built-in
microwave, CH/A, pest
control included in rent.
$650 month. $500 de-
osit. Available July 15.
994-8369 or 982-0205
for appointment and in-
formation.
Pace
1/1 mobile home in
Park. No pets. Water
and arbage furnished.
$435 month, $2R00 dep.
Ba crest Realty,
907918
Pace 2 bedroom, 1
bath, fenced yard,
remodeled. No Pets.
626-8959 or 377-6787
Pace
2/1. All electric, central
heat & air and wash-
er/dryer hook-up. Gar-
bage pick up included.
No pets. $495. month,
$500 dep. 623-1601
Pace
3/2 mobile home on pri-
vate lot. Total electric.
$625 month, $250 de-
osit. No pets. Baycrest
Realty, 994-79 T8
Pace
Two trailers for rent.
Nice, clean and quiet.
No pets. Water & gar-
bage furnished.
995-1717


F REA ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7.150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170- Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


Milton
GREAT PRICE!
3 bedroom/2 both
Town Home with a sin-
gle0 garage. Almost
TS00sq.ft. of living
and an additional
Screened Florida
Room. Nice open
la out and located
in Timberland Hills.
$125 000
Call Deck Really, Inc.
Linda Deck/Broker
850-626-0711
or 850-346-2165


Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150st home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in Kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront nei hborhood.
Priced to selF at the re-
duced rice of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.

NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive
upgrades in upscale Pace
subdivisionll 3/2 1531
Living Area, 2153 Under
Rooa. 5082 Covington
Drive $171,90011 (850)
324-3759

NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive up-
grades in upscale Pace
subdivisionIll 3/2 1692
Living Area 2396 Under
RoofK 5074 Covington
Drive $179,50011 (850)
324-3759

NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive up-
grades in upscale Pace
subdivisionIll 3/2 1672
Living Area 2381 Under
Roof. 4747 Covenant
Circle $178,90011 (850)
324,3759

NEW CUSTOM HOME
Loaded w/ Executive up-
grades in upscale Pace
subdivisionll 3/2 1533
Living Area, 2165 Under
Roof. 5089 Covington
Drive $172,70011 (850)
324-3759


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|io 78110
Avalon Beach Ford Mustang
4 lots on Canopy St. 2003
140ft x 200ft $20000. White with rey interior
Will finance,626-9 10 95K miles. great condi-
tion. Excellent carl
$6000. Please call
2404145
Mercedes R350
| too I'06 Black ext./Tan Int,
Navigation, Panorama
3 bedroom FEMA Sunroof Rear DVD Play-
MOBltE HOME FOR ers, 40 Hwy miles, Exc
SALE. Owner financing. t Cond. $35,500.
East Gate Mobile Home 850-585-8000
Ranch. 626-8973 Pay Cash for junk cars
_____________ or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
..- 723-5048



2003 CHEVROLET
c TRAILBLAZER LS.
r-rl''B-rNi'M Excellent condition.
ATOMOTIVE MARINEI Must sell $11,500 obo
I RECHEALON. 1(850) 626-8605
8100 Antique & Collectibles or (850) 607-5060
8110 cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140 Vane
8150-Commercial 21
8160 Motorcycles
8170 AutoParte 24 foot boat for sale.
& Accessories $1,000. each. Call for
8210- Boats details. 994-8433
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230- salboats774q
8240 Boat & Marine I jOHIVI S
supplies
8310- Aircraft/Aviation o
8320 ATV/IOI Road Vehicles TRAVEL TRAILER
8330 Campers & Trailers 1990011
8340 Motorhomes 2007 BkOOKSIDE
BY SUNNY BROOK.
Like new, excellent condi-
tionill Briefly used.
33x8 w/2 Slide Outs,
I ___S1 --- ISurround Sound, Ultra
Light All Aluminum
2002 BUICK LESABRE Frame, Fiberglass Sides,
$5,500. Great mileage. Extra Exterior Shower
994-0870 or 572-1874 (850) 324-0362


08 PONTIAC G6
SUNROOF..............................$15,995*
08 CHEVY MALIBU
LOADED..................................$15,995*
08 PONTIAC TORRENT
10K MI. ................................. $17,995*



98 GMC SONOMA
79K MILES............................. $4,995*
00 BUICK LESABRE
FULL SIZE LUXURY................ $5,295*
98 BUICK CENTURY
46K MILES............................... $5,995*
99 BUICK CENTURY
64K MILES.............................. $6,995*
02 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
LS ............................................. $ 6 ,9 95*
03 CHEVY TAHOE
LT...........................................- $ 9 ,9 95 *
03 PONTIAC GRAND AM
46K MILES............................ $9,995*
04 CHEVY S-10 BLAZER
MIDSIZE SUV.......................... $9,995*
06 CHEVY COLORADO
EXT, CAB, 23K MILES........... $12,495*
05 BUICK LESABRE
30K MILES.............................$12,495
07 PONTIAC VIBE
GAS SAVER......................... $15,495*
06 CHEVY COLORADO
CREW CAB, 11K MILES....... $16,995*
05 GMC YUKON
DENALI .................................. $19,995*
07 DODGE CREW CAB
4X4, SLT, 12K MILES......... $20,995*
04 FORD THUNDERBIRD
CONVERTIBLE ............... $24,795*
*Plus tax, tag & title.

"Financing in lieu of rebates. With approved
credit. All incentives included.


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Upgrading or remodeling
may increase your chances.
CallRon at 981-0508 (phone/fax).
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